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Pennie Lordan

Artist, Self Employed in York

Exploring Edgelands

PRESENTED ON JUL 31, 2019
IN YORK @ VOL 19
  • CATEGORIES
  • Art

Artist Pennie Lordan takes you on a journey through her artwork and practices, discusses what excites and inspires her, and the techniques she uses. 

Pennie’s work is driven by an emotional response to life experiences through the exploration of ‘Edgelands’, whilst observing the intrigue of the overlooked, often through the use of disregarded and found materials.

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