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Perfume Portrait #40 – Kathy Wilson

Kathy Wilson 50ml EDTp1050501

Head – Bergamot

Heart – Palmarosa

Body – Frankincense, Myrrh

Description – An awakening fragrance that uses its note to highlight the virtues of inspiration through mental clarity, inner strength and confidence.

This perfume was created by utilising the artist’s response to the question ‘why do make art?’ It is included in Perfume as Practice AW16 – an exhibition at Bank Street Arts, Sheffield comprising of 14 perfume portraits themed within the woody fragrance family. The exhibition runs from 30th November – 3rd December 2016 and includes an open evening featuring an artist’s talk on 3rd December, 6-8pm at Bank Street Arts itself.

 


Perfume Portrait #39 – Elaine

Elaine 50ml EDTp1050502

Head – Bergamot

Heart – Cypress

Body – Dill Weed, Myrrh

Description – A symbol of symbiosis. This fragrance celebrates synchronicity by placing the heavy textures of dill weed and myrrh against the crispness of cypress and bergamot. Perfectly encapsulating a sense of harmony.

This perfume was created by utilising the artist’s response to the question ‘why do make art?’ It is included in Perfume as Practice AW16 – an exhibition at Bank Street Arts, Sheffield comprising of 14 perfume portraits themed within the woody fragrance family. The exhibition ran from 30th November – 3rd December 2016 and included an open evening featuring an artist’s talk on 3rd December, 6-8pm at Bank Street Arts itself.

 

 


Perfume Portrait #36 – Sharon Hall Shipp

 Sharon Hall Shipp 50ml EDTp1050503

Head – Petitgrain

Heart – Pine

Body – Vetiver, Birch tar

Description – All encompassing, with depth and texture, this fragrance depicts the diversity and complexity of creative action by symbolising a vast forest.

This perfume was created by utilising the artist’s response to the question ‘why do make art?’ It is included in Perfume as Practice AW16 – an exhibition at Bank Street Arts, Sheffield comprising of 14 perfume portraits themed within the woody fragrance family. The exhibition runs from 30th November – 3rd December 2016 and includes an open evening featuring an artist’s talk on 3rd December, 6-8pm at Bank Street Arts itself.

 

 


Perfume Portrait #35 – John Wilkinson

John Wilkinson 50ml EDTp1050493

Head – Apple, Cut Grass

Heart – Pine

Body – Cedarwood

Description – Everything you need to comprehend an apple tree. Yet scratch away the surface and a fallacy is revealed – as synthetic fragrance oils have been used. This highlights the trials of communicating from industrial contexts.

This perfume was created by utilising the artist’s response to the question ‘why do make art?’ It is included in Perfume as Practice AW16 – an exhibition at Bank Street Arts, Sheffield comprising of 14 perfume portraits themed within the woody fragrance family. The exhibition runs from 30th November – 3rd December 2016 and includes an open evening featuring an artist’s talk on 3rd December, 6-8pm at Bank Street Arts itself.

 


Perfume Portrait #34 – Jeremiah A. Ray

Jeremiah A. Ray 50ml EDTp1050492

Head – Petitgrain, Apple

Heart – Cassia

Body – Vetiver

Description – precise and forensic, this fragrance presents elements of a tree and allows the wearer to construct their own sense of truth in relation to calculated creative action.

This perfume was created by utilising the artist’s response to the question ‘why do make art?’ It is included in Perfume as Practice AW16 – an exhibition at Bank Street Arts, Sheffield comprising of 14 perfume portraits themed within the woody fragrance family. The exhibition runs from 30th November – 3rd December 2016 and includes an open evening featuring an artist’s talk on 3rd December, 6-8pm at Bank Street Arts itself.

 


Perfume Portrait #33 – Leon Foxwings

Leon Foxwings 50ml EDTp1050491

Head – Petitgrain

Heart – Cypress, Ginger

Body – Cedarwood

Description – A fragrance to remind you who you are, and with a potent humility. Cypress, ginger and petitgrain allude to mental clarity and confidence in your own identity. This is rooted by the crisp tones of cedarwood.

This perfume was created by utilising the artist’s response to the question ‘why do make art?’ It is included in Perfume as Practice AW16 – an exhibition at Bank Street Arts, Sheffield comprising of 14 perfume portraits themed within the woody fragrance family. The exhibition runs from 30th November – 3rd December 2016 and includes an open evening featuring an artist’s talk on 3rd December, 6-8pm at Bank Street Arts itself.

 

 


Perfume Portrait #32 – Lizzie Biscuits

Lizzie Biscuits 50ml EDTp1050490

Head – Rosemary

Heart – Ginger

Body – Sandalwood, Frankincense

Description – an affirmative fragrance that exudes strength and confidence. This perfume reminds you of the virtues of moving forwards and using creativity to develop your sense of self.

This perfume was created by utilising the artist’s response to the question ‘why do make art?’ It is included in Perfume as Practice AW16 – an exhibition at Bank Street Arts, Sheffield comprising of 14 perfume portraits themed within the woody fragrance family. The exhibition runs from 30th November – 3rd December 2016 and includes an open evening featuring an artist’s talk on 3rd December, 6-8pm at Bank Street Arts itself.

 


Perfume Portrait #31 – Gill Alderson

Gill Alderson 50ml EDTp1050489

Head – Lemon, bergamot

Heart – Ginger

Body – Vetiver

Description – bergamot and vetiver, both complex and rich, can be peeled away to reveal ginger and lemon – agents for mental clarity and creativity.

This perfume was created by utilising the artist’s response to the question ‘why do make art?’ It is included in Perfume as Practice AW16 – an exhibition at Bank Street Arts, Sheffield comprising of 14 perfume portraits themed within the woody fragrance family. The exhibition runs from 30th November – 3rd December 2016 and includes an open evening featuring an artist’s talk on 3rd December, 6-8pm at Bank Street Arts itself.

 


Perfume Portrait #27 – Lucien Fellowes

Lucien Fellowes 50ml EDTp1050484

Head – Sweet Birch

Heart – Cinnamon, Ginger

Body – Sandalwood

Description – Nominally sweet and as such, a direct association with compulsion is established. Though ginger and sandalwood highlight creatively intuitive tenancies.

This perfume was created by utilising the artist’s response to the question ‘why do make art?’ It is included in Perfume as Practice AW16 – an exhibition at Bank Street Arts, Sheffield comprising of 14 perfume portraits themed within the woody fragrance family. The exhibition runs from 30th November – 3rd December 2016 and includes an open evening featuring an artist’s talk on 3rd December, 6-8pm at Bank Street Arts itself.