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ANABEL CORDINA

Organic forms in botany as well as human anatomy, are a personal source of inspiration, acting as a springboard for Anabel's work. The laborious, almost meditative process of the woodcut induces her to let herself  be guided by intuition, her artist’s vision entering into a dialogue with the characteristics of the medium itself developing into a working symbiotic relationship. Through her work, Anabel seeks to create a personal intimate dwelling place;  "it is my space to play and work, to think and reflect."

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Anabel Cordina (b.1980) studied Art Education and Fine Art Printmaking, recently graduating with an Artist Teacher masters from the University of West Scotland. She attended Fine Art workshops in Malta, Austria and Germany, and was an artist in residence at the Frans Masereel Centre for the graphic arts in Belgium. Cordina works within the Education sector and is also a visiting lecturer at the University of Malta. She took part in a number of collective exhibitions in Malta, Italy and Scotland.

Exhibitions

University of West of Scotland Artist Teacher final year exhibition, Glasgow Museum of Modern Art 2016.

I draw, BOV Headquarters, St Venera

Eight Eighteen, MCA- Mata Contemporary Art, Marsa,2008

OUTOFPRINT, Ministry for Tourism and Culture, Valletta,2007

Dentro Me, Primopiano Living Art Gallery, Lecce,Italy, 2006

XII Biennale for young artists, Naples, 2005

F’kull belt hemm kantuniera, St.James Cavalier, 2003

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DIVINITIES I

Medium: Xylography, Artist Proof, Japanese Paper
Dimension: 45x45cm


DIVINITIES II

Medium: Xylography, Artist Proof, Japanese Paper
Dimension: 45x45cm


MORTALS I

Medium: Xylography, Artist Proof, Japanese Paper
Dimension: 45x45cm


MORTALS II

Medium: Xylography, Artist Proof, Japanese Paper
Dimension: 45x45cm


SKY I

Medium: Xylography, Artist Proof, Japanese Paper
Dimension: 45x45cm


SKY II

Medium: Xylography, Artist Proof, Japanese Paper
Dimension: 45x45cm


Sussurate

Medium: Xylography on Japanese Paper Monoprint
Dimension: 22.5 x 30 cm


Hidden

Medium: Xylography on Japanese Paper Monoprint
Dimension: 22.5 x 30 cm