Juliet Sen-Gupta’s work draws on her Anglo-Indian background and she draws influence from Matisse, Paul Klee, Bridget Riley and Amish Kappor. Her interests lie within the colour palette of the East and through looking into the way that colour works in shape and form.
Sen-Gupta has worked with art since 1996 and after completing a degree in Film Studies at UEA, she was drawn to painting and went on to study at Norwich Art School. She has now exhibited in a number of solo and collaborative shows, including Cley Contemporary Art.
“I am interested in the therapeutic aspects of art and studied art therapy at postgraduate level. However, my real focus is art making. I am enjoying developing my practice now that my family is grown up.”
1st December to 31st December