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This month in The Atrium, we present:
Marguerite Homer. Marguerite Horner graduated in 2004 with her MA Fine Art Painting and was awarded the Kidd Rapinet prize for outstanding work .
She has since exhibited at the 54th Venice Biennale and been selected several times for the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition; Artsway Open; ING Discerning Eye Exhibition; The Lynn Painters Stainer Prize Exhibition; The Threadneedle Prize; The Sunday Times Watercolour Competition; The Open West; The Royal Society of Painters in Watercolour; The National Open Competition Exhibition and in 2012 offered her first London solo exhibition at The PM Gallery, with a catalogue essay by Lady Marina Vaizey OBE (former FT and Sunday Times Art Critic and Turner prize judge)
Marguerite's work will be included in two future exhibitions on 21st Century Painting: The Priseman-Seabrook collection at Huddersfield Art Gallery and @PaintBritain at Ipswich Art School Gallery.
Marguerite's work is in several private and public collections in England and the U.S.A. including The National Collection.
Helena Plado. Helena was born in Tallinn, Estonia and currently is working and living in London. A ceramic artist who graduated from the Royal College of Art, working mainly with slip cast objects and illustrations whose work is built on fairytales and their discarded melancholy endings that are full of loss and longing, playing with the unexpected and bittersweet unknown, leaving the story in the hands of the viewer.
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