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Leanne Broadbent
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  • Yorkshire
  • United Kingdom
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Leanne Broadbent posted a status
"East Coast Artists Exhibition Saturday 2nd June - Saturday 25th August @ Back o' the Shop Gallery, Terrington http://www.backotheshop.co.uk/"
Jun 15, 2012
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"I have just got back from taking some of my new art works to South Street Gallery in Scarborough."
Feb 14, 2012
Leanne Broadbent posted a status
"I'm in the process of getting ready for the exhibition 'Awakening' starting on the 3rd February for more details view http://ning.it/zrwRMq"
Jan 5, 2012
Leanne Broadbent and Ralph Essex are now friends
Dec 10, 2011

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Website
http://www.leannebroadbent.com
Relationship status
in a relationship
College / University
University of Hull
Program / Degree
BA Honours Fine Art
Graduation
June 1, 2005
Member type
Artist
If you're an artist, what kind of art do you make?
Drawing, Painting
I am...
a British artist currently living and working in East Yorkshire.
About my artwork
Currently, Leanne is developing a range of work that conveys nonsensical themes, often playing upon narratives from iconic children’s literature and sinister morality tales of the Brothers Grimm.

The work frequently contains notions that play upon feelings of escapism Leanne experienced as a child during reading and play and considered once again through her teaching experiences in early years settings, allowing her to reflect upon the world through the eyes of a child tinted with a slight sinister edge influenced by literature.

The underlying themes within the work create contradictory images between the realm of reality and the imagination, conveying the transitory nature of childhood by capturing those thoughts and moments which are so precious, yet fleeting all drawn from an adult’s perspective.

Additionally, Leanne is influenced by Sigmar Poke’s early works and the Pop Art movement. She therefore applies mid-20th Century inspired fabrics and adds her own twist by incorporating other more contemporary found objects. Amalgamating these processes with innovative stencilling methods juxtaposed with Leanne’s traditional stylized drawing produces her own identity within the works.

Principally, Leanne wishes to create a narrative of thematic tension conflicting between what is drawn by her hand and what is created aesthetically by using found materials.
Artists I like
Sigmar Polke, Peter Blake, David Hockney, Andy Warhol...
Centre of the artworld:
nowhere and everywhere

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At 17:53 on September 6, 2011, ARTStap International said…
Hello, we at studentsZINE Irelands Leading Contemporary Art Magazine would love to invite you to join us at www.studentszine.com & hopefully we can feature what you do in future issues :)
At 12:56 on August 4, 2011, Wilma Kun said…

Dear Leanne

thank you very much for contact me.

I like a lot your artworks, congratulations!.

Let me know when you do exhibitions. maybe I am near.. 

Good work and see you

kisses Wilma

At 22:38 on April 30, 2011, Jairo Zaldua and Nicola Green said…
Thankyou for the friendship.  The trees take on human form, reaching out and in motion, as if they have some intention.   The arches and passageways seem to lead to some unknown and secret world.
 
 
 

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