Camilla Bliss is a multidisciplinary artist living and working in London.
Camilla engages her viewers in a playful and dynamic environment through the tactile materials and vibrant colours in her work. She regularly draws inspiration from pre-existing narratives from different cultural histories, alongside the movement and actions of people in our modern world – the tracks that we leave and the rituals we create.
Her work has been exhibited across many platforms, including Turner Contemporary, The Barbican Arts Group Trust, the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2018 (curated by Grayson Perry), and Selfridges. She also makes ceramic pieces for The New Craftsmen.