Antonia Young trained as a dancer, starting her own ballet school in 1966. During that time, she studied life drawing and pottery, developing an interest in figurative art and portrait heads. Much of Antonia’s work features dancers, and captures moments of stillness and movement. Her work has been shown in various galleries in London and she has also had several of her own exhibitions. Among her portrait heads on public display are: Wilfred Thesiger at The Royal Geographical Society, Rudolf Nureyev at The Royal Opera House, Charles Mackerras at The Bodleian Library, and Laurie Lee at The Stroud Museum in Park.
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