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Celia Paul

Celia Paul’s paintings and drawings are intimate portraits of people and places she knows well.
“My work is about people and their emotions” she has said.


Her earlier dark-toned paintings have developed into light-filled images which include some large-scale watercolours and small-scale soft-ground etchings which are full of feeling. Celia’s exhibition “Stillness” was on view at Abbot Hall, Kendal, Cumbria in March-June 2004 and a small but important Retrospective exhibition of paintings and prints was exhibited at the Graves Art Gallery, Sheffield, 19 March – 11 June 2005. Celia Paul’s exhibition at Marlborough Fine Art, London, Where I am now, ran from 13 September 2006 until 7 October 2006 and was accompanied by a fully illustrated catalogue with an introduction by Michael Podro.


Celia has exhibited at the annual Corner exhibition in Copenhagen since 2003.


Courtesy of the artist’s website.