Olivia Clifton-Bligh MRSS
My work explores the rich metaphorical language of oral narrative traditions and our instinct for anthropomorphism and zoomorphism. I studied Art and Art History at Goldsmiths' College (BA Hons 1990-93) and my studio is now based at Bull Mill Arts, an artists' community established by Lord Bath on the Longleat Estate. My work is exhibited in London and throughout the UK, including Tanya Baxter Contemporary at The Kings Road Gallery (London), David Simon Contemporary Gallery (Bath), Long and Ryle (London), and the Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition. I was awarded the Althea Wynne Sculpture Prize in 2014.