Jemma lives in Brighton UK She has a BA in Fine Art:Painting from University of Brighton and Art PGCE from Goldsmiths College, University of London.
Jemma is an award winning visual artist who has exhibited with Saatchi Art at The Other Art Fair and had paintings published in Tatler, House & Garden and The World of Interiors Magazines.
My work is concerned with ideas around what it is to be female, challenging the image of women createdhistorically by men. My work shifts between what is seen and what is felt, somewhere between control and defeat. I want to support autonomy in my work and the subject.
Art Fairs The Other Art Fair The Old Truman Brewery London Presented by Saatchi Art 14-17th March 2019
Roy’s People Art Fair Bargehouse, OXO Tower Wharf 1st-4th November 2018
The Other Art Fair Bristol Presented by Saatchi Art 27th, 28th, 29th July 2018
The World of Interiors Magazine April 2020
Tatler Magazine June, July, Aug 2018
House & Gardens Magazine May, June & July 2018
Metafora - Barcelona, Spain
Solo show Open Studio - Feb 2018 Hotel Pelirocco Brighton - September to December 2017 Open Studio - November 2017 Brighton Festival Open Houses, Artist in Residence - May 2017 Open Studio - November 2016 Gallery 31- Brighton - April 2011 Untitled BCN Gallery - Barcelona Spain - June 2010
Selected Group Shows
Winter Show Thomas Rainsford Gallery Dec 2019 Summer Show Rainsford and James Aug 2019 Brighton Festival Artist Open Studio May 2019 Fen Ditton Gallery with Beau Arts- Cambridge March 2019 Kings Hill Kent - Sep 2018 - Jan 2019 Brighton Festival Open Houses, Artist in Residence & Friends - May 2018 Tilt - March - Aug 2018 Bailey Contemporary Gallery - Brighton - Nov - Dec 2017
International Exhibitions Untitled BCN Gallery, Solo Show - Barcelona Spain - June 2010 Ten-Diez-Deu - Barcelona Spain - May 2010 Untitled BCN Gallery, Group Show - Barcelona Spain - Feb 2010 Open Studio - Barcelona Spain - December 2009 The ASN Gallery - Sydney - Australia - June - July 2004 HansBrinka Trophy - Amsterdam - Holland - December 2002
Awards Shortlisted for Habitat- Brighton Collaboration 2019 Shortlisted for Cover Award AOH Brighton 2019 Winner Alan Davie Award - University of Brighton 2000