This March, painter Emma Alcock will be presenting a
new body of work at The Fine Art Society for the first
time. Featuring over thirty paintings, the exhibition will
also include two new sculptures in bronze, representing
the artist’s first venture into this medium.
Alcock’s semi-representational works take everyday
objects as their subjects; a window frame, an egg or a
glass offer a point of departure into a quiet and
contemplative inner world. Delicately balancing between
representation and abstraction, the disarming simplicity
and stripped-back aesthetic of Alcock’s canvases
connect the viewer to a deeper silence and stillness
within her work.
Emma Alcock (b.1968) has lived and worked in London since graduating from The Royal College of Art in 1992. Alcock’s work has been exhibited in solo and group shows at London galleries, including Cadogan Contemporary, Rebecca Hossack, and The Foundry Gallery and her work is in private collections both in the UK and abroadEmma