Since gaining a first class honours degree in Fine Art from Falmouth University, Pippa's work has been widely shown and collected by International buyers. Pippa was shortlisted for the prestigious '100 painters of tomorrow' publication from over 4000 applicants; for the Beers Contemporary Award for Emerging Art; The Threadneedle Prize exhibition; and has been selected as one of fourteen artists to invest in, by Rebecca Wilson, head curator at Saatchi Art.
Pippa's work focuses on the fragmentation of contemporary experience, as well as the history and memory which underpins where we are now. Her paintings and drawings aim to express something of the transience and vulnerability of the human condition as well as the surreal and fragmented nature of the world around us.
For more information about Pippa Young and her work please contact Arusha Gallery today or come into our gallery at 13A Dundas Street, Edinburgh.