University: University College Falmouth, The Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London
Grace Aza-Selinger is an independent fine artist working in London. She has exhibited extensively. Venues include the Biscuit Factory, Vyner Street and the Royal British Institute. Her paintings hang in private collections throughout the world; including Oman, New York and London.
Grace's work spans a range of different subjects and is primarily intuitive in approach allowing a range of subjects and styles to evolve. The inspiration of her work is primarily based in the natural world - often combining transient moments of sunlight, leaves and flowers. The aim is not only to create visually beautiful images but to allow the viewer to recall their own moments of equilibrium within nature.
The poet Thomas Westerman expresses this in his latest review of Grace's work:
Through the artist's experience of natural beauty spots within citiscapes and raw pastoral settings, the sense of awe these works instil work as a powerful reminder of the infinite colour, diversity and multidimensionality of human experience. Each painting tends to pull you into it's unique world, stilling your mind and filling you with a unique sense of vibrancy and tranquility'.
1st Prize: ISA Fine Art
Commissions: Fine Art Portraiture for clients including Jo Brand and Jenny Eclair
Site Specific installation pieces for Areeen Interior Design/Limited Art Agency/
The Colony Room' Street Corner Gallery, Vyner Street. November 2014
Off the Ground' Resource for London. December 2013. Grace co-curated and also exhibited in a show comprising the work of 30 artists.
Start 13' Bermondsey Project. February 2013.
The World Below' Flaxon Ptootch Gallery. March-April 2012
'Trace - One Step Back - Two Steps Forward' The Parlour Gallery. December 2011
Katerina Seda: From Morning Till Night' TATE Modern. September 2011 (this included an interactive performance piece.)
Art Display at the Fitzrovia Gallery, February 2011
Art Auction at the Royal British Institute of Great Britain. November 2009. Grace Exhibited alongside artists such as Anish Kapoor and Peter Blake.
Mountain Peak' Old Street Pop Up Shop. January 2016
Portraits in Dulwich' Jane Newbery Gallery. March 2014
Reflections' Coffee Works Project in collaboration with Islington Exhibit. June 2013
Become Visible' Free Space Gallery. November 2012
Point of View' C99 Project. May - June 2012
Space' Vibe Gallery. February 2012