Rhiannon R. Salisbury was born in London in 1984 and got her MA Fine Art from Chelsea College of Art in 2016. Salisbury’s new body of work deals with the different faces of femininity that she perceives in the world around her today, and the restrictive and uncomfortable boundaries that are inflicted on people by cultural paradigms of gender. Salisbury works from images of luxury brand advertising campaigns found in fashion and lifestyle magazines. Through her distortion and abstraction of these images she is exploring representations and structures of femininity as it is presented to us. Her works deconstruct notions of the feminine, as well as critique the structures that reinforce paradigms of representation. The works have all been created with her signature approach of pouring and painting, giving the works a textured and visceral feel that is both beautiful and grotesque. Her solo exhibitions include: “Accessorise with a Tiger” (Arusha Gallery, Edinburgh, 2018), “Habitual Submission” (Delphian Gallery, London, 2019), “Femininity” (2021), etc.