Within her practice she explores perceptions of memory and place. Through intentional improvisation she creates atmospheric landscapes that shift between photography and painting, evoking feelings of familiarity within the abstract.

This body of work consists of contrasting layers ranging from organic matter, structured patterns and rock-like formations. These elements both represent longevity and decay physically, and symbolise the marking of time as well as its fragility. The hanging of work reflects these themes, choosing to hang the works on paper unframed allows the viewer to experience the ephemeral nature of the process uninhibited.


Josie Jones (b.1999) graduated with First Class Honours in Fine Art from Duncan of Jordanstone in 2020. She was awarded the Ian Eadie Award for painting in 2020 and exhibited in the Four Pillars graduate exhibition at the Tatha Gallery in 2021.