Gemma Kelly lives and works in London. Her emotionally expressive sculptures can be both playful and confronting: from abstracts that draw on the aesthetic joys of dance, to human bodies that reveal pain and sorrow in their taught sinews and stressed limbs. Much of her work draws on personal experiences that she expresses boldly and without compromise, inviting the viewer into a world that is usually kept hidden and internal.
Gemma works mainly in clay and metals, but is equally happy to use any materials that will help realise her ideas. She has sold many pieces privately, and they can be found in many different homes and gardens around the country. She will also take on commissions (the more challenging the better) but as she says, “Ultimately I make for the love of making and sculpt for the love of sculpting.”
The exhibition will run until 14th April 2018 across the 1st floor reception area at Tower 42, 25 Old Broad Street, London, EC2N. All work on show is available to purchase. For further information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0208 702 8030.