About

Tassie Russell studied BA Fine Art at the University of Kingston, the Royal College of Art (Cultural Histories Department) and went on to the Slade School of Fine Art. Following this she embarked on post graduate studies in MA printmaking at Camberwell (School of Art) where she was awarded the Clifford Chance Purchase Prize by the late Sir Terry Frost. She has also studied photography at Central St Martins School of Art. Tassie has taught undergraduate courses on fine art, printmaking and photography at colleges in London, Suffolk and Australia. Her work as a painter and printmaker has been widely exhibited and is held in a number of private and public collections. Combining her printmaking and photography practice as well as painting, her work displays an interesting range and versatility. Drawing on materials and experiences from many sources, both urban, rural, man-made and elemental.

Tassie owns anapartmentin the heart of Lisbon, Portugal available for short term lets.

CV

Studied At
  • University of Westminster and Kingston (Fine BA Fine Art)
  • RCA (Cultural History)
  • Slade School of Fine Art
  • Camberwell MA Printmaking
  • St Martins Post Grad Photography
Written Work
Student thesis on:
  • American Painter Richard Diebenkorn
  • The photographic works of Andreas Gursky
  • The photographic work of Hiroshi Sugimoto
Exhibitions
See my events page for a full list of exhibitions.
Awards
  • The Artichoke Print Studio and John Purcell award
  • The Clifford Chance Print Prize selected by Terry Frost with additional award by Frank Hindley Art Consultants.
Articles
‘Printmaking Today’Publishing
Book jackets
  • ‘Digitalia’ Architecture and the digital, the environment and the avant garde Dr Susannah Hagan.
  • ‘Feeling Form’ Dr Susannah Hagan.
Teaching
Tassie Russell has given undergraduate courses on fine art, printmaking and photography at colleges in London and Suffolk and Melbourne Australia.