Clare Curtis, Ascending Forms
Clare Curtis, Ascending Forms
Clare Curtis, Ascending Forms
Clare Curtis, Ascending Forms

Clare Curtis, Ascending Forms

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Ascending Forms, 2021
Edition of 75
Screenprint
Signed and numbered by the artist

Specially commissioned to celebrate the 10th anniversary of The Hepworth Wakefield. The title 'Ascending Forms' references the plants in The Hepworth Wakefield garden, the swirls of pigeons around our neighbouring mills and the sculpture Ascending Form (Gloria) by Barbara Hepworth.

Clare Curtis studied illustration and printmaking at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art in Dundee. After spending time in London developing a career in illustration, she returned to her hometown of Felixstowe in Suffolk to pursue her love of printmaking. Her work reflects her passion for British 20th century art and design and although the subject matter may vary, her love of plants and gardens means they inevitably find their way into much of her work.
Printed in Yorkshire with Penfold Press.

Dimensions: 500 x 675 mm
This print is unframed and rolled.

The Hepworth Wakefield Garden was designed by internationally acclaimed landscape architect Tom Stuart-Smith. His design draws inspiration from its unusual setting between 19th-century red-brick mills and a 21st-century art gallery, edged by the river Calder. It echoes the striking, angular shapes of the David Chipperfield-designed gallery while harnessing a naturalism that reflects Barbara Hepworth’s deep connection to the landscape.

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