Alison Percy

Alison Percy is a visual artist and designer living near the Murray River in Albury. Working in the creative industries has been Percy’s life. She studied art throughout school and completed an Associate Diploma in Visual Arts at Charles Sturt University while training as a graphic designer.

Percy has developed a diverse range of skills over her career and in 2013 gained training and assessment qualifications - leading to tutoring of illustration and design and most recently, tutoring life drawing and acrylic painting at MAMA. Professional development has been enhanced through extensive design projects + ceramics, drawing and painting workshops. Artwork is produced regularly for exhibition, sale and by commission

A passion for life drawing inspires endless exploration into the nuances of the human figure and the development of techniques and use of media. Inspired by natural forms, Percy’s fourth solo exhibition ‘RECENT WORKS …further explorations of the land and the figure’ reflects a continued fascination in the balance and sensitivity of fluid line – painting from the live model in the studio and most recently out in the landscape en plein air.

Exhibition runs from Tue 29 Aug – Sun 24 Sept at Gigs Art Gallery, Gateway Village, Wodonga OPENING NIGHT FRI 1st SEPT at 5.30pm.

Percy’s energetic and passionate nature reflects across landscape, floral and figurative works which varies from a loose and instinctive mark to one that is highly considered. Intuitive use of fluid line initiates an honest connection through the artist and onto the surface using ink, charcoal, acrylic, soft pastel, watercolour, oil pastel and gouache onto canvas and paper.

Alison’s energetic and passionate nature reflects across her figurative, landscape and floral works. The artwork varies from highly detailed to loose and instinctive. A passion for life drawing inspires endless exploration into the nuances of the human figure. Captivated by mark making, Alison creates drawings and paintings for exhibition, private sale and commission.

Albury, 2640
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