Gosia Walton is a visual artist working across drawing, printmaking, painting and installation. For ten years she has
been creating by mixing traditional tools and techniques with contemporary technology, such as laser cutting acrylic sheets, canvas and paper. Solo exhibitions include Laser Erotic at Galerie Pact, Paris (2016); BLISK at Galeria Sztuki, Legnica, Poland (2018). Recent group exhibitions include Dark Night of the Soul at Lewisham Art House, London (2019); Society of Scottish Artists 130th Annual Exhibition at Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh (2022). In 2018 she was awarded The Deloitte Prize, by the Society of Scottish Artists.
Gosia Walton’s practice has fundamentally shifted since being diagnosed with Long Covid in June 2022, becoming
more slow, intimate and holistic in nature. New work was included in the group exhibition at the Edinburgh College of Art Sculpture Court, 26th of September – 2nd of October 2023, and in an upcoming solo exhibition at Mote102 in Leith, Edinburgh, from February 2024.
Gosia Walton was part of the 2023 exhibition Life Lines, bringing together artists affected by the long-term impacts of COVID-19, opening up their creative practice on an online platform. See Gosia’s work as part of Life Lines here.