Jodi Le Bigre is a Canadian-born artist based in Scotland, working broadly across a full spectrum of printmaking, painting, and installation practices. Her work principally deals with the ways in which we engage with nature and each other. Wilderness, resources, and the currents that shape our daily encounters provide the impetus for artworks which quietly reference time and labour in their intricate detailing.
Jodi’s artistic practice has been shaped by having lived in Canada, Japan, France, and Scotland, as well as through having studied and worked in a variety of contexts. Her painting formation has been in traditional oil painting taught in the copyist tradition still prevalent in France, and she has also studied egg tempera on the diploma course in Icon Painting at the Prince’s School of Traditional Arts. In 2016 she completed a Master's degree in fine art practice with a focus on printmaking at the Glasgow School of Art. Her original introduction to printmaking came through her time at the Atelier de Belleville in Paris and has been extended by time spent either with her own makeshift printmaking facilities or in various print studios throughout Scotland.
In addition to pursuing her own projects as part of her artistic practice, she currently works at the Glasgow School of Art as a lithography technician, and is the etching technician at Edinburgh Printmakers.
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