Hazel Gelman

Location: London
Website: http://theartstack.com/artists/hazel-gelman
Bio:

Bio

BA hons FINE ART, daads

Studied
Hertfordshire University, St Albans 1991-1992 (direct entry)
Guildhall University, London 1988-1990 (Sir John Cass)
St Martins School of Art, London 1984-1987
Awards
Owen Rowley Art Prize 1990
Arts Council Award 2006
'Arts Unwrapped' 2007
International studio residency Bulawayo National Gallery

Open Studios
1996 – 2002
Took part in twice yearly 'Open Studio 'events in Wimbledon. One of the founder members of the studio group. Initiated and co-ordinated first studio shows, liaised with Merton and Wandsworth Arts Officers and arranged publicity in Festival brochures for studios.
2007 Open Studios ASC

Extra Studies
City and Guilds Teacher Training for adult students
Digital Fine Art - Tower Hamlets and Hackney colleges.
Maya, Photoshop, Illustrator, and Animation .

Work and influences

My interest is in finding the subtle rhythms that make up time and space in the constantly changing environment.

When describing a physical system by representation, various possible states can be predicted. Depending on how you observe it, the states that you see in one representation may not be the same in another representation. Spontaneous transitions occur in dynamic systems and a transient event can be made visible, although its position may be only one of various possible results.

The dynamics and relationships between the objects act themselves out in an intimate space, like characters in the theatre. My choice of colour is intuitive, decisions are made spontaneously.

I find Inspiration in New Science , for instance particle physics and the science of complexity and chaotic systems, Chinese and Japanese art, the Tao, animation and Kabuki Theater.

Exhibitions:

Extensive history of group and solo shows in London, and the UK
1992-2016 including:

Gallery Art Bank Clerkenwell, Gallery 47 Bloomsbury, Arcola Theatre Dalston,
Whiteleys Bayswater W2. Gallery Art Bank Clerkenwell EC1, Art Connoisseur
Crawford St W1.
Waterman's Art Gallery Brentford TW8, Riverside Studios Hammersmith W6,
Library Gallery Wimbledon SW19, Commonwealth Institute Kensington W8.
London Guildhall University and London College of Furniture Aldgate East E1.
Margaret Harvey University Gallery St Albans. Rounton Grange, former home
of Gertrude Bell, North Yorkshire, and Lloyd Gill gallery Western Super-Mare.

Private commission for interior South Kensington,2010
Invited to judge student award Metropolitan University 2004 and 2005 Aldgate East
Steering Committee RAS, Ridley Art Society Kensington from 2004
Steering Committee RAG, Riverside Artist Group, Hammersmith, 1996