GABRIELA SZULMAN

EXHIBITING AT THE AFFORDABLE ART FAIR THIS AUTUMN

WORK AVAILABLE WILL BE LISTED IN FULL FROM FRIDAY 7TH OCTOBER

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Gabriela’s whimsical and surreal collages are filled with humour, colour and random evocative connections between images. Whether a framed collage or fabulous Art Doll her unique, vibrant works bring joy and delight. The Art Dolls have articulated arms and their very own personal stories and come ready to hang on the wall. Each work, whether Art Doll or more traditonally framed, is unique - a combination of collage and painting.


‘I love delving into old photograph albums, vintage documents, magazines, books, cards, knitting pattern books and scraps of writing. Second-hand bookshops, junk shops, market stalls, attics and long-forgotten boxes are my treasure trove. I’m an inveterate collector of things that other people discard, and through my work I try to bring them back to life.’


Gabriela grew up in Buenos Aires, but London has been her home since she came to study English at 17. Gabriela is a skilled printmaker, ceramicist, collage and decoupage artist who has turned her hand to jewellery, upcycling furniture and wallpaper design and shares these skills regularly teaching at workshops.

Trained in 3-D Design at Camberwell College of Arts followed by an MA in studio printmaking at the University of Brighton

On graduating Gabriela received commissions from the Guggenheim Museum store, Barneys New York and The London Aquarium. She ran a ceramics studio for twelve years, supplying galleries across the UK and selling internationally. She now focused on mixed media and collage since her MA in 2007.

Solo shows Include: Eduardo Sivori Museum, Buenos Aires Contributer to books including: ‘House of Cards’, ‘The Pretty Nostalgic Compendium’, and ‘Ephemera: inspiring papers from the past’. Teaching: Private and public and workshops including Heal’s London, Grand Designs Live and The Ideal Home Show. Works in private collections in the UK and internationally.