Abigail Bisset-Smith is a young artist from Lowestoft who uses mixed media (acrylic paint, felt-tip pens, pencil, collage and digital tools) to create surrealist works, cartoon, portraits and collages.
She has been creating artwork for as long as she can remember and is influenced by artists such as Hannah Hoch, Janet Sobel, Nicole Claireloux and Barbara Kruger.
Her artwork often centres on the fact that she suffers from endometriosis and portrays the disease in various forms, such as monsters, flames, blades and hideous growths on her characters.
Other notable themes include dissatisfaction with the current state of the world and strange dreams.
(For more information about endometriosis, visit https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/endometriosis/)
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