About Artist: Ceal Warnants’ prints and the books from which they come, are a response to childhood as it seems to exist today. She focuses on how we tend to reminisce about our childhood like a Blyton-esque story which she describes as romanticised and idyllic whilst quickly glossing over the angst and growing pains. Warnants’ work involves transforming old into new, weaving sweet with unsavoury. These satiric manipulations are sugar-coated in a classic style to make this, only slightly exaggerated, reality easier to swallow. In 2011 Warnants work appeared in a background shot of short film ‘Steve’, (read our article to find out more), and that year she also exhibited 'Blyters' in July at Jealous Gallery in London. In 2008 she graduated with an MA in Printmaking from the Royal College of Art. The year proved a successful one for Ceal as she was shortlisted for such prizes as the Alf Dunn and Conran Foundation, she also won the Tim Mara Prize, the Printmaking Council Award, and the South Square Trust Scholarship.
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