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Maddie Yuille (b.1988, British) is a visual artist whose practice focuses on painting to explore a sensory depiction of human embodiment; she experiments with materials in order to communicate experiential moments. Her most recent work critiques our conceptualisation of “nature” as a place separate and distinct from human lives -specifically thinking about the historic vilification of women accused of witchcraft, often as a result of being “too close” to nature. Her paintings reimagine the stories of these women, in particular that of the “witches of Belvoir” - a mother and two daughters accusedof witchcraft by the Lord of the Manor on which they worked. In her utopian images the women are instead free to take pleasure in their surroundings - swimming, resting, and tending to one another. In this vital landscape both women and nature have agency. Maddie lives in London, UK.


MFA, City & Guilds of London Art School, 2018-2019

BA, University of Bristol, 2007-2011


2021, The Shapes in Water Fascinate Our Latest Elephant Lab Residency Artist, Elephant Art


2022, An Arcadian Kind of Love, Soho Revue, London, UK (Group)
2021, Human Concern, The Artist’s Contemporary, Online (Group)
2021, Constant Stars, The Violet Hour, Online (Group)
2021, The Ingram Prize, Unit 1 Gallery, London, UK (Group)
2021, Euphoric, Procrastinarting, London, UK (Group)
2020, Ashurst Emerging Artist Award, Ashurst, London, UK (Group)
2020, A DREAM IS NOT A DREAM, Purslane, Online (Group)
2020, Lost in Isolation, Void Collective, Online (Group)
2020, On The Table, Marram Arts, Online (Group)
2020, Rooms, Subsidiary Projects, Online (Group)
2020, What She Didn’t Say, Thames Side Studios Gallery, London, UK (Group)
2020, MA and Other Postgraduates, Atkinson Gallery, Somerset, UK (Group)
2020, A Little Painting Show, Brunswick Gallery, Leeds, UK (Group)
2020, Contemporary British Painting Prize, ASC Gallery, London, UK (Group)
2019, Contemporary British Painting Prize, Huddersfield Art Gallery, Huddersfield, UK (Group)
2019, Of Course, I Haven’t Forgotten, Warbling Collective 155a Artist’s Space, London, UK (Group)