Pip Woolf


Specialist skills

  • Drawing with traditional media
  • Film
  • Photography
  • Socially engaged practice

Pip Woolf’s work  is dominated by an interest in what lies beneath the surface of life that leads to a practice typified by experimentation with materials and process.

This curiosity extends to collaboration with others and Pip is engaged in ongoing research with artists Elizabeth Adeline and Kirsty Claxton and psychologist Alison Kidd.

Pip has been involved in public engagement projects throughout the UK working with Kirsty Claxton as “Artist seeking attention’, notably ‘Seeds for Change’ for Chester City Council,  ‘The Green’, for Silloth Re-generation group, as well as residencies with Creative Partnerships and the ‘My Square Mile’ project.

Solo exhibitions include: ‘ Marking a Point’, drawings from public debates of the Welsh Assembly, ‘Water Power’, a celebration of the construction of a micro-hydro electric installation and ‘Rare Music’ work produced in response to freely improvised music.

Pip Woolf is a member of the Welsh Group.

Current work includes ‘Holding the thread’ for the Criw Celf project with Oriel Myrddin and an on-going commitment to ‘Woollenline’




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Pip is a member of the Creative Network



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