Asya Dudko, a resident artist at Westbury Arts Centre, has exhibited one of her relief sculptures 'Long Walk' at the Women in Art Fair at the Mall Gallery, London this October.
'Long Walk' reveals the idea that Life is a walk along a never-ending road. Everyone has a choice to walk alone or with someone who can support and help to share the baggage. The sculpture is made of air drying clay which is sculpted over the wire support and fixed to a wooden base.
Asya was drawn to exhibiting at this fair as it is a new initiative that celebrates women’s contribution to art and aims to redress the gender imbalance in the art industry by exclusively selling work by women artists and by providing a platform for female artists, curators and gallerists. Asya said that based on her life experience it is not easy for women to achieve significant results in an art career. WIAR supports female artists. For Asya, it was a great opportunity to show her artwork to a wide public alongside other talented female artists.
You can see more of her work on Instagram Asya Dudko (@asyadudko) • Instagram photos and videos and learn how to do your own relief sculptures on an evening course at Westbury Arts Centre starting January 2024. Find out more Relief Sculpting Evening course -Jan'24 | Mysite (westburyartscentre.org.uk)
Asya will be on hand during the Winter Market at Westbury 18-19 November to talk about her art and answer any questions.