Exhibition

Susila Bailey-Bond, Silver Lining

27 Sep 2018 – 12 Oct 2018

Event times

Mon-Fri 10.30-6 & Sat 11-5

Cost of entry

Free

Woolff Gallery

London, United Kingdom

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This exhibition 'Silver Lining' will be Bailey-Bond's 3rd solo show at Woolff Gallery.

About

Susila Bailey-Bond was born in Leeds (1972) to bohemian parents who moved between the Welsh mountains, Suffolk, India and many points in between. Her work emerges between design, sculptural collage, and mixed media graphic art which is obscured by the insertion of thousands of tiny clear tubes, it is clear that Susila’s fashion background has informed her practice as a visual artist through the relationship with the flat image and its subsequent translation into three dimensions.

In Bailey-Bond’s papercut works we are presented with a celebration of colour and pattern as decorative repeated forms of flowers, butterflies or dragonflies swarm in all directions - forms indicating a sense of transience and joy. Other motifs such as flowers, leaves, and birds all culminate in nests of activity evoking a breezy summers day. Icons are first designed digitally, then printed, and cut. Susila manipulates the individual pieces into 3D artworks using wire, adhesive, silver or gold leaf and often Swarovski crystals.

Through her unique process of making, Bailey-Bond employs both technology and handcrafting to create elaborately detailed artwork that isunapologetically joyful.

Susila’s work is widely exhibited at major Global art fairs. Tiffany and Co. commissioned three major works for their stores in London’s Bond Street, Seattle and Los Angeles, and luxury brand Davidoff is also a client. Susila was recently invited to create an Elephant for the Great Elephant Parade’s 10th anniversary, Uma the Elephant was on display at Amsterdam’s Schipol airport recently. Her artwork was included in the book ‘Papercraft II’, published by Gestalten. Bailey-Bond’s artwork can be found in private collections internationally

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