Aimee chosen for modern artwork exhibition

Aimee selected for contemporary art exhibition

A SHETLAND-based artist has been shortlisted for a prestigious 2020 modern artwork exhibition with two items of labor designed to focus on the risk posed to the pure setting within the islands and past.

Aimee Labourne mentioned she was “delighted” to be one in all 122 artists chosen from 1000’s of candidates to function within the 2020 Wells Artwork Modern.

Aimee moved to Shetland in 2016 after finishing research in fantastic artwork at Falmouth College in Cornwall. She explores the islands’ pure setting and its heritage and historical past, making work about human notions of panorama and area.

She instructed Shetland Information: “The 2 items chosen are pencil drawings of plastiglomerate samples discovered on Shetland coastlines. A proposed new type of ‘human-made’ rock, plastiglomerate consists of a mixture of melted plastic particles and pure sediment, and its presence on seashores world wide is proof of simply how intensive plastic air pollution has grow to be.

“By means of drawing, I want to isolate these uncannily natural samples from their regular shoreline context the place they mix in all too simply, and so spotlight the risk that plastic poses to our oceans and likewise our most distant and delightful coastlines.”

A record-breaking 3,600 submissions have been despatched in for the Somerset-based visible artwork competitors, and 128 items of widely-varying paintings by 122 artists have been shortlisted by selectors Lisa Wright, Neville Gable and Phillip Allen.

The works might be accessible to view in a digital exhibition opening on-line from tomorrow (Thursday 1 October) with the assist of Arts Council England.

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