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Henrietta Corbett . Artist, Sculptor, Printmaker. In touch with the land.

October 15, 2011

Henrietta Corbett studied Sculpture and Print at Wolverhampton Polytechnic

where she was taught by the Artist Anish Kapoor.

Being a textile designer, I’m drawn to her textures, colour and sense of line.

She says ” The Rural landscapes of Leicestershire and South West Ireland are the inspiration for my

recent imagery. Time spent at the Cill Rialaig Artists Retreat in Co. Kerry,  has had an enormous

impact on my work, not only visualy but creatively. The limited resourses in this isolated location

has proved an invaluble experience “.

” Animal tracks, black peat fields and the errosion of ‘weather beaten’ land, all have a certain beauty,

that taken out of context can lend their patterns to abstract interpretation of landscape shapes “.

Her crows and simplicity of landscape blend together effortlessly and take the viewer on their own flight.

Henrietta is also a skilled Sculptor and works her rough, rusted, metallic forms into familiar objects

such as birds and people, which also feel weathered and beaten like the land.



Solo Show, Brewery Art Centre, Kendal, Cumbria (touring to Bluecote Gallery Liverpool)
Solo Show, Ropewalk Gallery, North Lincolnshire
St Davids Studio Gallery, Pembrokeshire


Twenty Twenty, Christams Show, Much Wenlock, Shropshire
Lund Gallery, North Yorkshire
Atelier Rose & Gray, Bury, Manchester
Twenty Twenty, Summer Show, Much Wenlock, Shropshire
Visual Arts Scotland, Annual Exhibition, Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh
Printfest, (Prize Winner), Ulverston, Cumbria
North House Gallery, Centenary Show, Mannigtree, Essex
Devon Guild of Craftsmen, ‘Up Close’ UK Print Show, Bovey Tracey, Devon

Look out for her work appearing near you in the coming months.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. Claire permalink
    October 16, 2011 12:02 pm

    Nice stuff! I love how you find new inspiring artists for me 🙂

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