kate boucher charcoal drawings, handmade felt and forged metal structures
Kate Boucher’s work combines large-scale charcoal drawings, handmade felt and forged metal structures that crossover between two and three dimensions, to create immersive representations of landscape. Much of her work is concerned with capturing and translating atmospheric emotion such as feelings of loss and security, shelter and solace, combining disparate media to establish a cumulative impact upon the viewer. The haptic qualities of her chosen materials strive to manifest thoughts and sensations that cannot easily be expressed in words.

 

R9679 QEST-SINGLE LOGO-CMYK_GOLD

QEST/Radcliffe Scholar 2016

Edward James Foundation Anniversary Scholar 2015/16

Edward James Foundation Bursary 2014/15

Coats Foundation Bursary 2014

 

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