On Saturday 26th of November, from 2-4pm Corridor Gallery will be hosting our second “#AskTheArtist” Q& A session in the space, with Eve Shepherd creator of the “Blood & Bone” exhibition.
Corridor Gallery are delighted to host an artist who works which such emotional veracity. They are excited about bringing viewers of the exhibition a true insight into the work and the processes involved directly from the artist. For those not able to make the space, we will be running a Twitter and Facebook Q&A, where the artist will be answering any questions you may have.
We will be opening up questions from now until the Q&A via Twitter and Facebook, so if you have any burning questions you wish to ask, we encourage you to submit them now. Simply ask a question on our Twitter (@CorridorGallery) or Facebook (facebook.com/
Eve Shepherd’s work explores the journey of femininity, shaped and inspired by her own experiences as an artist and mother. Pulling together for the first time in her working practice, a singular and encompassing theme which captures fragility and fortitude through feminine archetypes of maiden, mother and crone. “Blood & Bone” creates a setting for Eve’ Shepherd’s sculpture to tell the story of ancient women; capturing the strength and power of strong women from the primordial ancestry of our beginnings to the complex and intricate femininity of modern day.
“Blood & Bone” showcases porcelain sculpture which seems to grow from the ground itself. Rough, gnarled clay is transformed by Eve Shepherd. Refined with delicacy and expertise each figurative sculpture evokes a haunting, ethereal quality while remaining both fleshy and visceral.