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About Shelley

With a background in graphic design, Shelley honed her craft amidst creative scenes of London, Bristol, and Bath for over two decades. But it was her transition to becoming an artist and printmaker that truly sparked her creative flame.
Self-taught and very driven, Shelley’s artistic prowess quickly garnered attention. In 2017, her piece ‘Magpies’ captivated the discerning eyes at The Atkinson Gallery, securing a coveted spot in their private collection. Shortly thereafter, her talent shone brightly as she clinched the prestigious 21st NOA’s Original Print Prize with her mesmerizing creation, ‘Cinegirl’. This accolade catapulted her into the spotlight of the UK’s largest open art competition, boasting over 4000 entrants. The winning masterpiece was showcased at esteemed venues such as The Bargehouse, Oxo Tower Wharf, and culminated in a triumphant display at the illustrious Pallant House Gallery, revered for its collection of Modern British Art.
The NOA proved to be more than just a laurel on Shelley’s artistic journey; it served as a springboard for her burgeoning career. Since then, she’s garnered a variety of awards and accolades, graced the walls of prestigious galleries, and left her mark on esteemed exhibitions. Notable among her recent endeavors is her participation in the National Open Print Exhibition (NOPE) as part of UPFEST 2022, a celebration of street art and graffiti in Bristol. She’s also showcased her talent alongside the Society of Women Artists at the Mall Galleries in London and made waves with her inclusion in Erotic Art London.
For Shelley, each linocut print is a testament to her artistic evolution—a fusion of skill, passion, and an unyielding commitment to pushing the boundaries of creativity. With each cut, she invites viewers into her world, where imagination knows no bounds and artistry knows no limits, using a mix of LEDs, lightbox, neon, collage, transfer inks, spray paint and even cement.

“Art provokes emotions within people, that’s the whole point. When I’m creating it provokes an emotion and a feeling during the process. People see my pieces and go “That’s me” They find a connection, they find their story with it”.


Atherton Green Art, Red Propeller Gallery, StopWatch Gallery,

Subversion Gallery, London Contemporary Art.

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