artists register

Jennifer Watt


JENNIFER WATT

JENNIFER WATT

Sculpture

Dumfries & Galloway
United Kingdom


Galleries

  • 82 Highgate London, London
  • Allanbank Arts, Duns
  • North & South Gallery, London
  • North & South Gallery, London
  • Openeye Gallery, Edinburgh
  • Sausmarez Manor Sculpture Park, Guernsey
  • Tatha Gallery, Newport on Tay
  • The Biscuit Factory, Newcastle-upon-tyne
  • www.artparks.co.uk, Guernsey
No.128 Madame Choquet lV'

No.128 Madame Choquet lV'

Small figurative sculpture

Limited Edition
36cm x 10cm x 10cm
Edition of 6

Introduction

 

"Thank you so so much for  the most beautiful sculpture 'Protege'  it is everything and more of what I had hoped to find my mother.  It was her retirement party yesterday and She was absolutely thrilled with it."
 
 
 
I wanted to let you know that we gave my mum her present (Waiting) at the weekend and she loved it so much,she burst into tears! It was the absolutely perfect gift - I'm so glad I found you/it. I know she'll really treasure it.

Statement

  

 I search to create work which achieves an emotional response. I am moved by simple forms, clean and void of any unnecessary components, sculpture sincere to its form, material and surface.

The process of creating has been a must for me for a very long time and the materials I use vary according to the task in hand, I work mostly in stone, cement and clay the clay and cement being cast in either bronze or resin, both in limited editions.

Biography

Jennifer Watt was born in Dumfries and graduated at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art in Dundee .

She lived and worked in Lincolnshire for 27 years before returning to her home near Thornhill in 2000.

Her sculptural work consists of pieces in  stone, cement and Limited Edition work in bronze and resin.

 

Jennifer has exhibited regularly at Visual Arts Scotland in Edinburgh where she won The Powderhall  Bronze Award in 2007, The Society of Scottish Artists , The Royal Glasgow Institute winning  The Inverarity One to One Travel Award in 2010 , The Paisley Art Institute winning The West College Scotland Award for Sculpture 2014 and The By Distinction Art Award in 2015