Justine Randall

Justine Randall

Justine Randall originally studied textiles at West Surrey College of Art & Design and then tapestry in the painting school at the RCA. On leaving there she was involved in several group shows: ‘Woven Image’, Contemporary British Tapestry, at the Barbican Centre and ‘New British Textile Art’ Touring Tokyo & Tamagawa. As a result of these shows, her work was bought by both private clients and various institutions; Hampshire County Museum England and Bupa both bought large tapestries for their collections.

After following a career in graphics she returned to her love of textiles in 2009.

Her work celebrates colour and landscape and the transformation that occurs due to changes in light, seasons and events. Tapestry is ideal for expressing colour relationships as it is a tactile, responsive and textural medium.

Her Wiltshire Landscape tapestries were shortlisted for the Cordis Prize for Tapestry in 2016 and were shown at CONVERGE in the Scottish National Gallery January-February 2016

She recently had a solo show at The Winchester Gallery, Winchester. Justine has exhibited work in Paris, Copenhagen, at Themes and Variations in London and also in Untergröningen in the Abtsgmünd area of Germany.