Stockmarr, Alison

ALISON STOCKMARR

We are thrilled to announce that Alison is donating two pieces!

“Wings at the Speed of Sound”

Is one of several collaged record pieces. Commissions in this series can be seen in the newly opened Vintry Mercer Hotel in London and closer to home, Milsoms, Dedham.

She is donating an original piece mounted in a perspex frame.

“A Stirring Book for Girls”

One of Alison’s highly desirable Face Books, included in the 250th Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, is a pithy example of one of her many Face Books that poke fun at social media.

A limited edition, signed, framed A2 print has been donated. 

If you would like to express an interest in either of these pieces, please use the online contact form at the bottom of the page.

About Alison Stockmarr

Stockmarr’s work has an ethos of storytelling and repurposing at its heart. All materials are recycled into scenarios that at first glance allude to the past, but with closer inspection offer a playful nod to the present.  Apertures are cut into books and record covers and ephemera collaged in layers. These assemblages of everyday archaeologies afford the viewer glimpses of invented stories and alternative narratives. 

Her four current series of works include Face Books, a witty take on social media; Picture Books, 3D collaged book art, alluding to their original titles; Collaged Record Covers, collaged vinyls; and her black and white Alphabetical Encyclopaedia pieces. Made from original ephemera, each piece carries with it her signature, semantic embellishments. 

The Face Book, A Stirring Book for Girls, included in the 250th Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, is a pithy example of one of her many Face Books that poke fun at social media. A limited edition, signed, framed A2 print has been donated 

The collaged vinyl, Wings at the Speed of Sound is one of several collaged record pieces. Commissions in this series can be see in the newly opened Vintry Mercer Hotel in London and closer to home, Milsoms, Dedham. She is donating an original piece mounted in a perspex frame.

Over the last 7 years she has created a library of collaged works, exhibiting in galleries throughout the UK and abroad.

She undertakes commissions and has an extensive archive of limited edition Giclée prints available from her website

Her father Alvin Drejs Stockmarr died 18 years ago of pancreatic cancer at just 63. He devoted his life working in finance sectors of the Health Service. Any donations that can go towards elevating the pain and suffering of this horrendous disease she makes in his memory.

Find out more

Webalisonstockmarr.com
Instagram: @alisonstockmarr

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