Christine Felce

Christine Felce MA studied at University of Cardiff and the Royal College of Art. Her work has been exhibited in the cloisters of Gloucester Cathedral, the Ruskin Mill gallery, The Printmakers Gallery and in Havana, Cuba. In 2014 Christine worked as Artist in residence at Matemwa Zanzibar Tanzania. She has also worked in the public realm for The Bigger Picture.

Christine is printmaking tutor and Chair at the Gloucestershire Printmakers Co-operative. She has over 10 years teaching experience in a wide variety of print disciplines.

Describe your approach to teaching:
My approach to teaching is to encourage students to experiment and push the discipline. I engage with the students to help them to interpret their ideas and gain confidence with the techniques.

What inspires your work?
My work is inspired by events and images I feel passionately about. Most recently I have been making work informed by the refugee crisis. It is the magic of the unexpected that often happens when you are working with layers of images and things that you can't quiet control that interests me.

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