EXHIBITION | WORKS ON PAPER | 6 - 12 JUNE 2018

at

ORIGINAL HOUSE
EAST BUILDING, CALMSDEN, CIRENCESTER, GL7 5ET  

VIEW THE WORK


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ABOUT

Cazalet is London born and raised. Encouraged by her artist mother, she cultivated an early interest in art, inspired also by forays into more rural territories in the UK and Europe.

Prior to undertaking a degree in Fine Art at Newcastle University, Cazalet completed a Foundation Course at Byam Shaw (now a part of St. Martins, UAL) and took a year to study at the prestigious Studio School in New York. Here, the focus was on the figure, but was entirely free from technical restraints.

Her rich and varied studies led her to an apprenticeship at the Sterling Studios, London: a specialist decorator’s workshop – where she explored working with materials – from metals to mirrors, glitter to gold leaf.

These experiences combined and an interest in colour, composition and history and origins of design have led Cazalet to develop a unique style. While her classical training underpins Cazalet’s creative investigations, she longs for the abstract – and these dialogues are evident in her often vibrant and geometric output.

Cazalet takes inspiration from Hockney, Picasso, Peter Doig, Henri Rousseau, Basquiat and Matisse.

 

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CHRONOLOGY

2001 Byam Shaw School of Art, Foundation course

2002 New York Studio School

2003 Art Degree, Newcastle University (2, 1)

First Group exhibition in Pop up Gallery

Sterling Studio Apprenticeship

2005 - present day Specialist Painting and practising Artist

2009 Head Designer: newly established wallpaper company

2011 Solo Show, Tabernacle, Powis Square, London

2011 Wallpaper designer and Artist.

2013 Solo Show, Framers Gallery

2015 Solo Show, Delahunty Fine Art

2015 Affordable Art Fair, Lena Boyle Fine Art

2016 Exhibited at 'Art and interiors' with Grandy Art

2017 Exhibited at 'Art and interiors' with Grandy Art

2017 Winter show at 340 Kings Road with Grandy Art

2018 Oxleaze summer show with Grandy art

2018 Solo Show, Original House, Cirencester