For the week of Mon 21 September, artist Camilla Brendon will invite us into her studio to see new work develop and offering inspiration for you to get creative. The artist creates works using largely found, foraged and donated materials to create installation and 2D work. You will see her as she works on her current project, looking at kelp forests in the sea and considering the impact of plastic pollution on the oceans and waterways.
Join us daily on social media and Live on our Instagram to see what Camilla is making.
Online studio tour – Wed 23 September, 15:00
Get a glimpse into Camilla Brendon's artist studio and hear about Camilla's work.
Online workshop – Thurs 24 September, 15:00
Join artist Camilla Brendon to create artwork using plastic exploring sea kelp forests.
Online Activities you can do any time with CreateItShareIt
Click on the images to take part in our Create It Share It activities created by Camilla Brendon:
Camilla Brendon is a London-based installation artist and arts educator, whose work investigates sustainability and environmental activism coming from a painting background, bold colour and striking forms are characteristic to her practice. She graduated with BA(Hons) in Fine Art from Kingston University in 2008. Solo exhibitions include Coast - Hertford Union Canal, Chisenhale Studios, London, Mangrove, Mango, London, and Take Spaces and Make Them New, touring in Colombia, Bolivia and Brazil. Earlier in 2020, Camilla took part in the UH Arts Plastic Matter exhibition at the Art + Design Gallery, College Lane Campus.