Uncle Tom by Ingrid Barber
Sir Captain Tom Moore drawn in marmite during lockdown gets the marmite badge of honour.
Ingrid is an artist and a maker, a narrative thread informs her work and memory is at the heart of her practice. Ingrid took her art and design degree at Kingston College as a mature student, aged fifty, and has been practising ever since. This year sees her taking up residence in Oaks Park Studio 3 in Carshalton , where a new body of work about human dysfunction is ongoing . The Mall Gallery have chosen one of Ingrid's large-scale pieces for their exhibition for the Royal Society of British Artists, entitled €˜Cheese on the Door, Where's my Stew?' for 2019 exhibition.
Marmite on Fabiano paper
30 by 30 cm
This item was generously donated to Black Swan Arts during our Small & Affordable fundraising pop-up. Like many arts organisations, Black Swan Arts has been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic. We are a registered charity and currently receive no regular funding. We have very limited funds and rely heavily on volunteers and supporters. We are grateful to all who continue to support us through donations, purchase or giving their time to volunteer.