INSPIRATION

Glynnis Abraham is a South African/British artist who studied in the early eighties at Watford College of Art.

Here she was mentored by well established artists, Michael Werner, Peter Schmidt, Paul Peter Piech and other great visiting tutors.

 Glynnis then went on to study at Goldsmiths in 1986 completing the Art Therapy clinical mode where learning about the self and other is expressed through artwork.

Glynnis has evolved her creative works based on her heritage, politics and richness of Africa. 

 She exhibited in London under her Maiden name Malitskie in the early 80’s and has gone on to exhibit under her Married name Abraham for the past three decades.most recently, she has explored drawings relating to the human figure and uses textures to create her art experimenting with different mediums, tearing, adhering works to glass and thoroughly enjoying the process of working with mixed media.

 

 Art is a form of therapy, immersive and a joy to create. 

 

 

 

 

 

Glynnis's paintings are in collections globally

eExhibitionsXHIBITION

       October exhibition at the Radlett Centre 1 Aldenham

  • Avenue , Radlett, WD7 8HL 2012 this new collection is based on WW1 and represents postcards sent by loved ones. The title of the exhibition is ' Glady's and Dora'.

  • Exhibited at the Apthorp Gallery 2011

  • Art fair stall. Summer Market. Selling prints. 2011

  • Exhibited at the Contemporary Art Fair Rudolph Steiner School, Kings Langley, Hertfordshire.

  • October 2011

  • Guest Market. Watford Market on Saturday 15th October 2011.

  • New dates 5th November & 19th November

  • 3rd December & 17th December.

  • Exhibitited with Herts Visual Arts pop up 2014.

  • 2014 Exhibition at Rebel Pebble May 2014

  • 2014 Watford live Exhibition (group) at Rebel Pebble.

  • Forthcoming Exhibition of WW1 works Aug at Rebble Pebble 98 The Parade Watford.

  • Sept 2014 Open studio's alongside Kathy Foster at Rebel Pebble.

  • St Mary's Hospital London-Artist in residence.

  • Working on 12 series African political art 2014.

  • 2015 Attico Art Gallery-Middle east conflict exhibition.

  • 2017 Frogmore Paper Mill 29 June-6 July 2017

  • 2017 Aldenham Church Sept 13-15th

  • 2018 Frogmore Paper Mill

  • 2019 Jan-2nd March Watford Museum

  • 2019 Henderson hub  Abbotts Langley

  • Upcoming Exhibition 2020 April postponed to

  • 17 May 2022

  • Burgh House Hampstead 15-19 April, Three Studios.

  • Burgh House
    New End Square
    London
    NW3 1LT 

  • The Brick Lane Gallery London E1 6SA

  • 6-17 July 2022

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