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BIOGRAPHY

Amy Tiffany Hemingway
Born Oxford 1979
Symbolist Artist

EDUCATION

1998-2001 – Masters in Theology, University of Oxford
1998-2000 – Drawing classes, Ruskin School of Art, Oxford
1999-2000 – Roots of Humanity, Quaternary Research Centre, Oxford

ILLUSTRATION

2001-2002 – Kent Archaeological Unit, Illustration training and first finds illustrations published
2001-2002 –
Further Illustration Training (field and site plans), Cotswold Archaeology
2002-2010
– Archaeological Illustrator, Oxford Archaeology (UK and Montpellier, France)

Drawings and paintings published in many archaeological and historical publications,
including book covers and historical reconstructions.

SELECTED GROUP SHOWS

2007 – The Oxford Open, Modern Art Oxford, Oxford
2012
Dazed and Refused, The Arch Gallery, London

SELECTED SOLO SHOWS

2007 – Landscapes: Human & Divine, Regent’s Park Chapel & Grounds, Oxford University
Baptist College Chapel large installation of 12 oil paintings which joined to create a vision
of the numinous, windows looking down onto an outdoor installation of willow trees in the quad.
2008Moody Rouge, Alizarin oil paintings series of 30, The Jam Factory, Oxford
2014African Symbolism, Ann Bryant Art Gallery, East London, South Africa
2014Visions I, @I Love My Laundry, Cape Town, South Africa
2014Shamanic Dreams, HA Gallery, Oxford
2015Visions II, CVD Framers, East London, South Africa

“What matters is to find a purpose, to see what it really is that God wills that I shall do; the crucial thing is to find a truth which is truth for me, to find the idea for which I am willing to live and die.” – Kierkegaard