Alice Watkins lives and works in London and paints from found imagery from the mid - to late twentieth century. By concentrating on dated imagery with a retrospective aesthetic and content, Watkins’ work is inherently and knowingly nostalgic. Other stylistic references include turn-of-the-century figurative paintings, filmic imagery, dreams and local or contemporary vernacular. Her latest compositions are often illusory and expressive and they adopt a haptic and responsive relationship with paint.
British release is now live!The Art Unit's second release August 26, 2022The Art Unit is incredibly excited to announce its second release! We selected over 15 British emerging artists working with different styles and mediums to be a part of our second release. Each artist brings in their unique vision and talent, and by grouping them together in one release, The Art Unit will showcase artistic excellence available amongst emerging artists in the UK. Works on paper, collages, floral studies, expressive abstract works on canvases, and immersive and atmospheric works on wood panels are all showcased in the British release by...Read more