Grace Aza-Selinger

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Grace Aza-Selinger's first show was alongside Anish Kapoor and Cornelia Parker in the newcomers section at The Royal Institution of Great Britain.
Grace's art is collected worldwide and is featured in Royal collections, including the Royal Palace in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
Nature plays a key part in Grace's work. She uses light & colour to create vibrant & eye-catching pieces.

Grace Aza-Selinger is an independent fine artist working in London. She has exhibited extensively, including at 'The Biscuit Factory', 'Vyner Street' and 'The Royal British Institute'. Her paintings hang in private collections all over the world including Oman, New York and London. Grace's work is primarily rooted in nature allowing a range of styles to evolve. The poet Tom Westerman describes her oeuvre from a recent exhibition; 'Through the artist's experience of natural beauty spots within cityscapes and raw pastoral settings the sense of awe these works instill work as a powerful reminder of the infinite colour, diversity and multi-dimensionality of human experience.

Grace Aza Selinger’s Education and Career

Grace graduated from The Courtauld Institute of Art in 2006 and went on to study Fine Art at University College Falmouth. Her time studying on the Cornish coast further established her love of nature. At Grace’s first solo show at The Biscuit Factory in Bermondsey, she filled an entire warehouse with supersize paintings and artefacts collected from her trips to Berlin. Most recently she has exhibited at "The Affordable Art Fair" in Hong Kong.

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