Abstract | Collage | Printmaking
Sinéad Fox is a contemporary British artist. Born in Cambridge in 1980, Sinéad now works from her studio on a farm just outside Farnham, Surrey. She lives across the border in Hampshire with her husband and three young daughters. Her work is a playful exploration of shape and colour with a particular fondness for found papers. A discarded, happened upon, piece of paper makes her heart sing and can inspire a whole body of work. Much of her work is inspired by collections- the stones collected by her daughters on beaches, fragments of paper with little quirks, or simply groups of beautiful colours and shapes. Her love of bold graphic shapes reflects her time studying graphic design at Camberwell and her first creative inspiration came as a child, reading Dick Bruna and Jan Pienkowski books, surrounded by flowers in her childhood garden.