Coral Harding

About Coral

Coral Harding (b. 2001, London) is an artist currently in her second year of undergraduate studies at the Slade School of Fine Art, UCL. She studied her Art Foundation at Central Saint Martins. 

Coral examines the impression of awe and the psychology of perception. She is interested in the exploration and creation of space, and the ability to change the way space is experienced. Working with the material properties of light, she creates work in the forms of sculpture, painting, print and drawing to investigate the way light is both ephemeral and solid and has the power to illuminate and reveal while simultaneously being obscure.

I am exhibiting at the EFOA Open House event on the 25th/26th June and 2nd/3rd July 2022 (11am to 6pm).
Come and see me and my work at House 05.


My Work

Exhibitions

  • 2021 - 'Obscured' at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition. The Royal Academy of Arts. Selected by Yinka Shonibare.
  • 2022 - FISHTANK - Group Exhibition, Penarth Centre.
  • 2022 - Colour/Pigment/Poetry - Online Exhibition, Slade School of Fine Art, UCL

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