BA (Hons) Fine Art 2019
Sara Treble-Parry

Sara Treble-Parry

The fetishisation of food has become a hugely important aspect of my practice. The playful and flirtatious nature of eating on camera for an audience to document the sexualised reactions has developed from paintings of a "sexual" emoji fruit machine into a grotesque...

Somya Dhiman

Somya Dhiman

I have thought and I have fought the thought. By this time in the journey of finding myself, I have come to understand that denial germinates from acceptance in some way or the other. And in a world that happens to be resting on such contradictions, it isnt too...

Heledd C Evans

Heledd C Evans

Sound plays a fundamental part in our everyday lives, yet rarely is it truly heard. As John Cage demonstrated in his 4;33, no environment is completely silent. This is the crux of my work. We are constantly surrounded by sound, and the sonic landscape of an...

Hannah Short

Hannah Short

I am exploring the cultural and social narratives of true crime, particularly domestic violent crimes. I am particularly inspired by the television series Forensic Files (1996-2011) and I use it as a source for my images. It fascinates me that a crime can happen...

Elizabeth Rose Friend

Elizabeth Rose Friend

My art represents the emotions within the meaning of wearing makeup and how it can affect someone mentally. My inspiration comes from the world of Instagram, where many people go to see the “perfect” makeup look and I get inspired by my own makeup looks I create...

Molly Stride

Molly Stride

Through mixed medias such as drawing, painting and photography, my work explores the connection built up between people, objects and their environment. I capture people within their own environment surrounded by their possessions, indicating a visual depiction of the...

Evie Banks

Evie Banks

St Ives, in Cornwall, is a place I find myself continuously referring to throughout my practice, due to a connection I hold with the landscape in childhood memories. In reference to phenomenology, this is identifiable as an integrated or embodied experience. Through...

Emily Lloyd

Emily Lloyd

The subject matter of my recent practice stems from an incorporation of mail art, gifting, collections/archives, sentimentality, observation & surveillance as well as forms of communication. The main series of my current practice is a collection of pen-based portraits...

Jacob Turmaine

Jacob Turmaine

My work focuses the lack of ability to capture and recreate what is seen. We have a specific set of tools use to capture moments and sites that connect with us. One of the most common is to document things that the person behind the camera has seen. To specify; I am...

Rhys Cockell

Rhys Cockell

My work is Currently exploring My Idea of synthetic masculinity, the idea that masculinity in its traditional ideals can be manufactured or performed in some way. The work explores the stereotypes of masculinity through material and form but also though the use of...

Megan Charlotte Fraser

Megan Charlotte Fraser

In my current practice I focus on modern day female issues, particularly hardships women have gone through in history. I’ve dissected this concept through many different mediums. The main and most successful outcomes being collage, digital print and textile. From...

Sacha Reid

Sacha Reid

In my practice, I study the female form and explore the notion of what female empowerment means to us in the 21st century. Through the medium of painting and digital drawing, I aim to celebrate femininity and the body. Currently, my aesthetic influence stems from a...

Alexandra Browning

Alexandra Browning

My practice is inspired by the experience of being immersed in a location. The artwork is created in a combination of on-site and off-site methods, for example the use of a travel journal has enabled quick sketches to be made at any location and then combined with...

Theodora Io Krina

Theodora Io Krina

My art is a way of coping with life, a way to understand my emotions, a way to be angry without expressing it on others. My artistic practise is based on my life. A series of books that are something more than diaries and something less than sketchbooks. My books are...

Matt Drew

Matt Drew

I am a photographer who works within landscape, documentation and conceptual photography, with a focus on the human experience, colour exploration and digital distortion. We are unable to look at the world around us without seeing it through a lens. That lens may be...

Hollie Ursell

Hollie Ursell

My practise is an exploration of the embodied experience and the way I visually perceive the landscape. I predominately work with seascapes, where to me the sense of the sublime is at its greatest. I investigate how I interpret the places I visit often. Capturing my...

Jessica Aldridge

Jessica Aldridge

It is through the exorcism of the self, by presenting my private obsessions to the public, that I expose them as ridiculous and thus a source of solidarity rather than cause for isolation. Privacy, containment and shame are transfigured into connection with others,...

Kirsty Alley

Kirsty Alley

Consumerism is increasing every day, not just with the abundance of objects in industries including technology and fashion, but now with the photographs we take and the videos that are shared. My interest in contemporary engagement with visual mediums pushes me to...

Libbie Hayes

Libbie Hayes

Dusk (2019) My artworks explore the confusing difference between reality and reflections, blurring the lines between photography and collage. With influences ranging from David Hockney to Richard Billingham, I am able to focus on and capture my everyday mundane...

Cara Headdock

Cara Headdock

My work primarily explores themes of mental health, and the consequent impact it can have on artworks produced. My aim is to capture the essence of changing mental health through portraiture and installation pieces; looking at the kind of people I draw, their...

Natasha Mitchell

Natasha Mitchell

My work is concerned with articulating the experience of contemporary women primarily through an illustrative, kitschy aestethic creating detailed, colourful digital art pieces. I construct relatable, vibrant characters that speak to the millenial experience featuring...

Tiancong Zhang

Tiancong Zhang

My theme was inspired by my visit to the Japanese Style Park, where the scenery had a great impact on me. It was so beautiful. And because of the serious natural environment problems in Tianjin, my hometown, I decided to use the way of painting to express nature. In...

Jordan Aaron Fish

Jordan Aaron Fish

The relationship between myself and my father is a difficult one and at times can be challenging. The day to day life of the both of us at times can create greater tension in our relationship, tension that is already present due to the illness that he has, MS. By...

Michalis Theodosiou

Michalis Theodosiou

My paintings are a celebration of beauty, strength and the vulnerability of human life. Large-scale canvas offers the viewer the experience that s/he is part of the picture. The Cypriot landscape surrounds my figures. The images of peasant life transcend revolutions...

Jasmine Ffion Winnel

Jasmine Ffion Winnel

Over the last year, through my practice, I have been experimenting with different forms of self-expression. however since last summer, the summer of 2018 it became more personal as I focused more on the emotions tied to different recent events in my life. I started...

Lauren Marshall

Lauren Marshall

My practice lies in the exploration of architectural shapes and forms in our day to day life. After visiting cities such as London, Madrid, Berlin, Krakow and Rome, I have been able to compare and contrast different structures that lie in these places. I have delved...

Emilia Baulch

Emilia Baulch

Emilia’s work explores and considers the topic of veganism, animal cruelty and feminism. She especially focuses on the dairy, egg and honey industry. Emilia works in acrylic paint as it is easy to use yet affective. She also enjoys using collage in her work as it...

Imogen Spurrell

Imogen Spurrell

For my final piece, I have turned my anxiety into a character. I decided that they would look like me, with the elements I dont like about myself emphasized. Im focusing on my nose, ribs and the colour blue. At points in the film, feathers are shown falling. Which...

Amy Powell

Amy Powell

My Still Life series takes borrowed images from a vast number of printed sources and transforms them as uncanny works that hang somewhere between sculpture and painting. I believe, the works’ transitory nature allows a space which evokes free association and...

Bonnie Grace

Bonnie Grace

My work revolves around objects, from antiques to the everyday. I have grown up involved in my mothers antique business, therefore, the spaces I’ve inhabited have always housed ever-changing collections of objects spanning through the ages. Through my work I aim to...

Karl Nurse

Karl Nurse

Photography is a way of documenting the visual world. In order to progress, the photographer must step back and look in directions they would not usually. My photographic practice interrogates my surrounding environment in an attempt to see the best in everything. I...

Philip Davies

Philip Davies

Drawn from the my own inner mind and perception, my artwork is how I converse with the world. The artwork that I have been developing the Cardiff School of Art and Design is open to viewer’s interpretation and ambiguity. It represents how the unconscious overlaps with...