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Artist Statement 

As a visual artist and photographer, Seren Willicombe's work is deeply rooted in her personal experiences and relationships. Her main themes revolve around family relationships, her connection to herself and her autism, and the Welsh landscape that has played a significant role in shaping her identity.

Seren's creative process is as important to her as the final product, and she places great emphasis on experimentation and exploration. She employs time-based analogue techniques to create process-led works that are unique and one-of-a-kind. Through her art, she aims to capture the essence of her subjects and their environment in a way that is raw and authentic.

Seren's work is deeply personal and often explores the complexities of her own identity. As someone on the autism spectrum, she brings a unique perspective to her art, and her work often challenges societal norms and expectations.

At the heart of Seren's work is a deep connection to the Welsh landscape. She draws inspiration from the natural world around her and uses her art to explore the relationship between people and their environment. Her work is a celebration of the beauty and complexity of the natural world and its ability to shape our identities and our relationships.

Through her art, Seren invites viewers to reflect on their own relationships and connections to the world around them. Her work is an invitation to slow down, to take notice of the world around us, and to embrace the beauty and complexity of our own identities.

As a visual artist and photographer, Seren Willicombe's work is deeply rooted in her personal experiences and relationships. Her main themes revolve around family relationships, her connection to herself and her autism, and the Welsh landscape that has played a significant role in shaping her identity.

Seren's creative process is as important to her as the final product, and she places great emphasis on experimentation and exploration. She employs time-based analogue techniques to create process-led works that are unique and one-of-a-kind. Through her art, she aims to capture the essence of her subjects and their environment in a way that is raw and authentic.

Seren's work is deeply personal and often explores the complexities of her own identity. As someone on the autism spectrum, she brings a unique perspective to her art, and her work often challenges societal norms and expectations.

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At the heart of Seren's work is a deep connection to the Welsh landscape. She draws inspiration from the natural world around her and uses her art to explore the relationship between people and their environment. Her work is a celebration of the beauty and complexity of the natural world and its ability to shape our identities and our relationships.

Through her art, Seren invites viewers to reflect on their own relationships and connections to the world around them. Her work is an invitation to slow down, to take notice of the world around us, and to embrace the beauty and complexity of our own identities.

As a visual artist and photographer, the Welsh language and culture are important to Seren because they offer a unique and rich source of inspiration and subject matter. The vibrant landscapes, rich history, and strong cultural identity of Wales provide a wealth of material to explore and interpret through my art, while the Welsh language adds an additional layer of depth and meaning to my work. Additionally, by engaging with Welsh language and culture, she is able to connect with and support the her local communities and individuals who are keeping these traditions alive.

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