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Sandra Masterson Curriculum Vitae

Selected Solo Exhibitions

2016Encountering Materiality, Geneva University, conference and exhibition.
2013The Language Earth, Gas Gallery, Aberystwyth
2009 Space to Place, Brecknock Museum and Art Gallery, Brecon, Mid Wales.
2007/8 A Walk in the Park, Worcester City Art Gallery and Museum (Arts Council Funded) and tour.
2006 The Two Rivers Dore. Chapelle Jeanne D’Arc Ambert, France.
2004 Soil, The Yard Gallery Wollaton Hall, Nottingham.
2000 Fragile Earth, Falmouth Art Gallery.
1997 Willis Coroon Artist Sponsorship and Exhibition in Birmingham.
1996 Changing Landscapes. The Gallery, Maidstone Central Library.
1995 Earth Works, Worcester City Art Gallery and Museum
1994 Under Other Skies, Cork Street, London
1993 Working with Watercolour. Exhibition and short residency held in conjunction with The British Watercolour Exhibition, Stoke-on-Trent City Art Gallery and Museum.
1992 Fragments of Being, Midlands Contemporary Art Ltd. Birmingham.
1992 Birds of War Exhibition, (Sponsored by West Midlands Arts)
1979 From the Secret Path, Stoke-on-Trent City Museum and Art Gallery

Selected Group Exhibitions

2016 Soil Culture: Deep Roots Exhibition and Publication, Peninsula Gallery, Plymouth University.
2015 Soil Culture: Deep Roots Exhibition, Falmouth Art Gallery, The Moor, Falmouth.
2013 Soil Culture, United Nations Year of Soil. 2013-16 Launch Exhibition CCANW Exeter.
2011 Photosensitive, Photography Exhibition, One Church Gallery Great Missenden
2011 6x4 Secret Postcard Exhibition, Art Space, Portsmouth
2010 The Art of Picnic, National Trust outdoor exhibition, The Kymin Monmouth
2009 Virtual Central Office, London
2008 UNESCO Earth Heritage exhibition, Heraklion, Crete. Wolverhampton Open Exhibition. Baskerville House Exhibition, Birmingham.
2006 Gergeri Crete Art Festival, Forest Dreaming 7 CCANW Exeter. Virtual Exhibition Ernst and Young
2004 Rivers Exhibition, Falmouth Art Gallery
1998 Papering, Djanogly Art Centre, University of Nottingham Art Centre and Tour. Counterpoints, The Brewery, Kendal, Cumbria.
1997 Three Years On, Art First Gallery, Cork Street London
1993 Material Matters, West Midlands Arts, Birmingham, Women in Abstract, Turnpike Gallery, Wigan
1990Singular Vision, Mead, University Arts, Warwick and Pomeroy Purdy, London.
1989 Midland Contemporary Art at Long and Ryle Art International, London.
1986 Paint and Paper, Ikon Touring Exhibition, Birmingham.
1984 Midland View III and Tour, Midland Group, Nottingham.
1983 L.Y.C. Museum and Art Gallery, Banks, Cumbria. 21 for 21, Ikon Gallery, Birmingham and Arts Centre, Hong Kong. Aspects of Landscape, Hereford City Art Gallery.
1982 Midland View II, Stoke- on- Trent City Museum and Art Gallery and tour (Prize winner).

Public and Corporate Collections and Commissions

Brecknock Museum and Art Gallery; Craig-y-nos Visitors Centre; Brecon Beacon National Park; PMD (UK) Ltd. Coventry; Public Art Commission Worcester City Arcade; City Screen (SOA) Ltd, Stratford-upon- Avon Nottingham University; Howarth Art Gallery and Museum Accrington; Willis Coroon, Birmingham; Worcester City Art Gallery; MKA Software Worcester; Worcester City Council; Stoke-on-Trent City Art Gallery; Coopers and Lybrand UK; London College of Furniture Design; Carryfast Express Ltd. Nuneaton; IBM Warwick; Plessey Telecommunications Head Office.

Publications and film

Soil Culture ISBN 978-0-9932192-1 Photosensitive, Artists Photography, One Church Gallery Publication From Space to Place two screen DVD 4mins The Colour Earth, pamphlet .Elements, two screen DVD 4mins A Walk in the Park Publication, edited by Janet Harrison contributions by Rosemary Roden and Dr Peter Oliver July 2007

Supported Research and Development Projects

Three lives, 3 locations. Research development project.
Independent collaboration between three artists based in Denmark England and France between 2022 -2023. Encountering Materiality. Conference paper and Exhibition.
Science, Art, Language. University of Geneva English Department and the Dirt Foundation.
Sustainable Development Grant, Brecon Beacons National Park, Powys, Mid Wales. Development Grant Arts Council England. Water Culture Forum, CCANW. Art and Science Forum. Faculty of Bioscience, Birmingham University Climate Change and environmental consequences.
Collaboration with Welsh National Assembly, Sustainability Research National Parks Authority, Powys Arts Council Great Britain. Interpretation of landscape from differing disciplines.
University of Worcester,Geology and Earth Science Department, Arts Council England. Worcester Art Gallery. Professional Development Grant, Arts Council Great Britain.

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