Shona Waldron is a photographer and artist based in the south of England. Much of her imagery is conceptual in nature and focuses on the surrealism present in day-to-day life. With widespread and often eclectic interests, she draws inspiration from literature, science and medicine as well as simple observations of the world and the relationships we have with others.

Upcoming Exhibitions:

March 2020: Gallery North, Hailsham.

Exhibition History: 

September 2019: 'Libertad', Falmouth University.

August 2019: Rye Society of Artists.

July 2019: AOP Student Awards, Wex Photo Video, London.

June 2019: 'Cloud Land', Alexandra Palace, London.

May 2019: Hastings Arts Forum.

March 2019: 'The Letting of Beings', Falmouth University.

December 2018: 'Unspecified', Falmouth University. 

July 2018: Rye Society of Artists Summer Show.

March 2018: Hastings Arts Forum Members Show.

February 2018: 'Stains and Traces', Hastings Arts Forum.

Awards and Grants:

May 2019: AOP Student Awards Finalist, 'Places' category.

May 2019: AOP Student Awards Finalist, 'Things' category.

March 2018: International Fine Art Photography Awards Nominee.

February 2018: Charlotte Jennings prize, consisting of a research travel grant.

October 2017: Winner of the 'sketchbook' category awarded by the Farley Arts Trust.

October 2017: Selected as 'highly commended' by the Farley Arts Trust.

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