Pauline Antram MRSS
I trained as a sculptor at the Royal Academy; since then my practice ebbs and flows not only between mediums but also between dimensions. I regularly work on more than one piece at a time and am often working simultaneously between mediums. I work in relief, producing wall panels in papier-mâché. I love the monumentality of stone and the fragility of wax and paper.
I use the human form as the central theme to ‘hang’ my own experiences on and draw inspiration from the natural world, life events, philosophies, theology, and human psychology. I am driven to create in response to the passion of human struggle: connection, communication, birth, and death.
At present, I am exploring human transition, evolution, and reincarnation.