‘Much of my recent work has centred around the developments within the city of London. I seek to explore the relationship between these built environments and those who inhabit them, sometimes figures are of central importance or of implied presence. I like to use their movement as a metaphor for energy within the city and passage of time. The resulting drawings are very large in size, allowing us to enter the drawing as a physical presence, becoming involved. These works take many months, changing and developing, content evolving and surprising conclusions being made. Through these pieces I want to generate that sense of energy and excitement which is representative of being part of the city.’

Jeanette Barnes was born in Lancashire in 1961. She studied for BA Hons Fine Art at Liverpool Polytechnic 1980-83, post-graduate painting Royal Academy Schools 1984-87 and MA printmaking Royal College of Art 1987-89. During this time she was awarded John Moores, Henry Moore and Richard Ford scholarships. She has exhibited in many group exhibitions including several times at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, Hunting Group, Drawings For All, Cleveland Drawing Biennale and Jerwood Drawing. Jeanette was a prize-winner in the Hunting Group, Drawings For All and Jerwood Drawing. Her work is represented in public, corporate and private collections.

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All Architecture Course Lecture Friday 23rd October 2015