Amanda Wigglesworth is an artist living and working in South Manchester. She has exhibited widely in the UK as well as Switzerland and has collectors in the US, South Africa as well as Western Europe.
Her paintings embody a personal dialogue between a process and the finished work. The highly-textured works are built up slowly over time,working and re working into the canvas, creating breaks and fissures within the surface until a final image emerges.
Strong reds make up this textured image . Built up over time, Caged is made up from plaster and oil paint. The plaster has been scraped into and built over until the final image emerges.
A highly-textured image which is built up layers of oils and resins . The layers are scraped into to reveal what has gone on before .The bright green is a response to the young and tender leaves emerg ...
Based on paint on process, Electric Blue is built up over time using layers of resin, oil paint and other household products. The image is is scraped into to reveal what has gone on before and then re ...
Darkness Goes Lightly will be one of the six pieces going to Vintner"s Hall, The City until November as part of a group exhibition in collaboration with Hayhill Gallery, London.
Maenschien was exhibited in a group exhibition after the poster on the underground
Have been exhibiting on the underground during March in collaboration with Art Below , followed by a group exhibition at Adlib Gallery ,Wimbledon during April. Six of my paintings are going to Vintne ...