1966 - ?

Alison Jane Hollingsworth, likes to use fabric or paint to express her creative ideas having used both mediums since early child-hood. Her paintings are contemporary colourful landscapes and her textile work takes the form of art-dolls or art creatures that evoke memories of a childhood past or a story conveyed. Her painting heroes are 20th century artists such as John Piper and she takes inspiration for her art-dolls from Mr Finch and Pale Rook. Her work is in many private collections, including The National Trust. She is a member of The Ipswich Art Society and of Suffolk Open Studios from Hackney Road Studio 1 Leeks Hill Villas, Hackney Road, Melton, Woodbridge.

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