Rhiannon Rebecca Salisbury’s work focuses on the boundaries between real and fictional experiences, the blurry line between the conscious and unconscious mind. Charged with an emotional imprint, Salisbury’s paintings reveal society's harsh scrutiny of the female appearance, and in response to the proliferation of imagery that is omnipresent in the digital realm, reinterpret advertisements, highlighting the absurd messages hidden beneath the glossy alluring surface.
Rhiannon lives and works in Leeds. She graduated from the Turps Banana Studio Painting Program in 2018, having previously completed her MA in Fine Art at Chelsea College of Art (2016). Recent exhibitions and projects include: Habitual Submission (Solo Exhibition) at Delphian Gallery (London, 2019), Darbyshire Prize For Emerging Artists (Solo Exhibition) at Darbyshire Ltd w. Turps Banana (London, 2018), Accessorise With A Tiger (Solo Exhibition) at Arusha Gallery (Edinburgh, 2018), Antisocial Isolation (Group Exhibition) at Saatchi Gallery w. Delphian Gallery (2020), Ancient Deities (Group Exhibition, also curator) at Arusha Gallery (Edinburgh, 2020), Small Is Beautiful XXXVII (Group Exhibition) at Flowers Gallery (London, 2019), Ultra: Art For The Woman’s World Cup (Group Exhibition) at J. Hammond Projectspresented by OOF Magazine (London, 2019).