SELWAY LAMPARD

SELWAY LAMPARD

Born in Western Australia, currently lives and work in Buderim on the Sunshine Coast, Selway Lampard uses a combination of blending, detailing, building, edging and scraping to give her figurative works the richness and complexity synonymous with raw human emotion.

 

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ARTIST STATEMENT

Using a combination of blending, detailing, building, edging and scraping, I endeavour to give my works the richness and complexity synonymous with raw human emotion.

I prefer to use an abundance of negative space as an integral part of composition, using the subject’s likeness as simply a foundation upon which to produce a more intimate representation of their personality or situation to hand.  This can sometimes be portrayed in what may seem to be a very ordinary and inconsequential setting, yet at the time of capturing the moment is extremely important in translating the emotion of interest.

With a previous background in people management, I have come to appreciate the complexity of communication through passive means such as posture or gesture, including what ‘isn’t said’ as much as that provided at face value.  As such, I hope my work presents the strength and provocation for personal interpretation.

EDUCATION

 1996 – 1998 Post Graduate Diploma in Human Resource Management, University of Westminster UK

CAREER

2016 – Current – Visual Contemporary Artist
2007 – Current – Illustrator/Designer for Australian Giftware and Souvenir business.
2007 – Current – Children’s book illustrator for leading publishing companies including Scholastic Australia, Harper Collins and Five Mile Press.
1994 – 2007 – Human resources Manager/ Consultant to various organisations in London, UK and Australia.

ACCOMPLISHMENTS

2018 Finalist – Lethbridge 10000 Small Scale Art Award (High Commendation)
2017 Finalist – Cowra Calleen Art Prize
2017 Category Winner – Lethbridge 10000 Small Scale Art Award
2017 Finalist – Manning Art Prize
2017 Finalist – Clayton Utz Art Prize (High Commendation)
2017 Entrant – Archibald Portrait Prize (Alan Mackay-Sim) – painting donated to Griffith University.

EXHIBITIONS

2018 Group Exhibition, Lethbridge Gallery , Bulimba QLD

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