FAE KILLBURN

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Fae Kilburn Is a Midlands based artist and arts facilitator, specialising in printmaking with a Masters in Fine Art.
A large part of her practice is the relationship with materials and tactile nature of the different processes. Fae actively encourages people to physically engage and connect with her work.
Creating disability awareness through art is an important part of her practice. As is making her workshops and participatory events accessible and inclusive.
The pieces on display are from a larger body of work ‘Transient Moments’ commissioned by Attenborough Arts Centre’ which is a visual documentation of Fae’s transition from partial-sight to blindness as an artist.
The pieces explore the blurring of boundaries that have arisen and the shapes and patterns within the landscape. Capturing the beauty she is still able to see, avoiding any notions of pity and challenging others’ understanding of sight-loss.

She has exhibited regularly in the UK, and with thanks to grants from Arts Council England and the Emergence Bursary worked internationally where she was artist in residence in Canada, this led to further residencies and exhibitions.

@ FaeKilburn

FAE KILLBURN

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Fae Kilburn Is a Midlands based artist and arts facilitator, specialising in printmaking with a Masters in Fine Art.
A large part of her practice is the relationship with materials and tactile nature of the different processes. Fae actively encourages people to physically engage and connect with her work.
Creating disability awareness through art is an important part of her practice. As is making her workshops and participatory events accessible and inclusive.
The pieces on display are from a larger body of work ‘Transient Moments’ commissioned by Attenborough Arts Centre’ which is a visual documentation of Fae’s transition from partial-sight to blindness as an artist.
The pieces explore the blurring of boundaries that have arisen and the shapes and patterns within the landscape. Capturing the beauty she is still able to see, avoiding any notions of pity and challenging others’ understanding of sight-loss.

She has exhibited regularly in the UK, and with thanks to grants from Arts Council England and the Emergence Bursary worked internationally where she was artist in residence in Canada, this led to further residencies and exhibitions.

@ FaeKilburn

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