Jemma Appleby is a London based artist working in charcoal. She is a founder member of the Arborealist group of artists.
She says her work is about the non-narrative use of architectural spaces which offer no information but have the authority to reconvene memories and experiences of our human space.
She graduated from City and Guilds London Art School and her works have been included in major exhibitions in the UK, France, Italy, Spain and Colombia including The RA Summer Show and Architecture as Metaphor with Phyllida Barlow, Rachel Whiteread and Richard Deacon at The Griffin Gallery, London.
She has won a number of prizes for her work including The Arts Club Prize for Finest Drawing at the National Open Art Competition in 2010 and The Haworth Trust Award for Painting.
Her works are in the permanent collections at The Royal Academy of Engineering and The Royal West of England Academy, Bristol amongst others.
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