Gail Seres-Woolfson (b.1982, London) is a painter and collage artist whose work explores the urban landscape. A life-long city dweller, with a background in dance and performance, she is interested in architecture and space, and in the movement, rhythms, juxtapositions and textures of the ever- evolving metropolis. She has been tipped as an ‘emerging talent’ by the Federation of British Artists and been shortlisted for both the Lynn Painter-Stainers Prize and the Evening Standard Contemporary Art Prize. Her work has been featured in the Royal Academy of Arts Magazine, the Saatchi Screen Project, and included in juried exhibitions including Discerning Eye, The London Group Open, and the Royal Institute of Oil Painters. Gail has exhibited in prestigious locations including Christie’s Auction House and the National Gallery and her work is held in private collections internationally. She graduated in 2017 from The Art Academy London with a first class diploma in Fine Art.
Very large paintings on board available
Gail takes inspiration from artists including Giorgio De Chirico, Maria Helena
Vieira De Silva, El Lissitzky, Stuart Davis, Robert Rauschenberg, Julie Mehretu and Mark Bradford.