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Norma Foulds - Virus Emotions

Norma Foulds' abstract art piece, reading "Life".

About Norma Foulds

Cumbrian born Norma Foulds moved to Lancashire in the 1990s to study at the University of Central Lancashire, where she specialised in sculpture.

After graduation Norma began a teaching career, focusing on teaching children with special needs. 

After completing her MA at The University of Northumbria in Fine Art and Education, Norma began to develop her own work, eventual taking a studio space at Higherford Mill, Barrowford. 

Norma's work often uses reclaimed materials, collage, print and textiles. Routine and repetition are often elements and themes which run throughout her work. She also develops community-based workshops and makes willow work lanterns with community groups.

Images 1 - 6: Until We Can Revisit, 2020, mixed media

Image 1: Abstract art on yellow card with words "Until we can re-visit".

Image 2: Abstract art on yellow card with words "we're keep ticking".

Image 3: Abstract art on yellow card with words "they revealed to each their home".

Image 4: Abstract art on yellow card with words "Life".

Image 5: Abstract art on yellow card with word "Comforting".

Image 6: Abstract art on yellow card with word "Hopefully".

Images 7 - 9: Virus Emotions, 2020, mixed media

Image 7: Artwork from images 1 to 6 all displayed together in a column.

Image 8: Three small square pieces of abstract art next to each other. One reads "lockdown", then "redundant", then "anxious".

Image 9: Peacock safety matches matchbox, open with small abstract piece of art inside, also including the word "lockdown".

Image 10: Preston, 2020, mixed media

Image 10: Fanned out paper with a letter on each component reading "Preston". Each letter is on a square piece of colourful abstract art.


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