Framed 29cm x 23.5cm
Watercolour on paper
More about Bridget Heriz
Bridget trained at Goldsmiths College and Ravensbourne College of Art and Design (1973-77), after which she returned to Suffolk to work at Clock House Fine Art Studios. She moved to Great Yarmouth in 2002. After a period working with traditional methods to evolve an earthy and spirited approach to figurative sculpture, Bridget has returned to experimenting with constructions using wire and card or balsa wood. Her constructions have a delicacy and tension that reflect, at a glance, the animated anatomy of a human figure in motion, people interacting that engenders an instant feel of what it is to be human.
We are presenting a series of smaller painted works on paper. These form an important part of Bridget’s creative process when creating her sculptural forms. She has shown her work at The Royal Academy London, The Cut in Halesworth Suffolk and internationally.