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Beth Diane Armstrong was born on 1985 in Nelspruit, South Africa, is a South African sculptor. Discover Beth Diane Armstrong's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 35 years old?
|Age||36 years old|
|Birthplace||Nelspruit, South Africa|
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|Net Worth in 2021||$1 Million - $5 Million|
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|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
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|Source of Income||Sculptor|
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Grace O’Malley noted in a review for Artthrob, that Armstrong’s work "offered a multifaceted intellectual examination of human psychology through line and space". Ashraf Jamal, in a piece on Armstrong for Art South Africa’s "Bright Young Things", states that "Armstrong’s warping of the sculpture paradigm makes way for new applications and new figurations in a genre caught in the tedious warp of thingness"; later stating that Armstrong introduces not only a new philosophy of making and meaning, but its solution".
Armstrong was awarded the prestigious 2017 Standard Bank Young Artist for Visual Art. This will see her solo exhibition open at Grahams town Festival in June 2017, followed by a touring of the same body of works to various museums around the country into 2018.
I move through experiments of things in relation to other things; structural, personal, systematic , through the expected and unexpected. Lines in relation to lines; densities and looseness; proximities and distances. I consider ideas to be largely hindsight reflections on process. Or better expressed, that ideas and process work in relay with the utmost importance placed on the necessity to keep moving: keep processing. Beth Diane Armstrong 2016
Beth Diane contributed to A Place in Time in association with the Yorkshire Sculpture Park UK, curated by Helen Pheby, NIROX Sculpture Park, Johannesburg, South Africa in 2016.
Beth Diane partook in Design Miami/ Basel, with Southern Guild, Miami, Florida, USA in 2014, and . She also completed the Flagpole Sculpture Commission for Kern Kunst Westvoorne Foundation, the Netherlands.
Page – a site specific public sculpture in Grahamstown's newly built NELM (National English Literary Museum) was unveiled in late 2016.
Armstrong was selected to create sculptures for a major 2011 campaign by investment management firm Prescient.
Armstrong was one of 33 artists selected for Worldforall's 'Not All is Black and White: Wisdom from the African Zebra' campaign, which ran concurrently to the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
Beth Diane Armstrong (born 1985) is a South African sculptor.
Born in South Africa in 1985, Beth Diane currently lives and works in Johannesburg. In 2010, she completed her Masters of Fine Art at Rhodes University (with distinction). In 2007 Rhodes bought her BFA exhibition, Hibernation, for their permanent collection. Since graduating there have been solo exhibitions, a number of group shows and projects locally and internationally, as well as private and public commissions. Recent highlights include sculptures at the Design Miami/Basel design fair in Basel, Switzerland, and at Design Miami, Florida – both in 2014. 2014 also saw the completion of a large permanent public artwork in Oostvoorne, in the Netherlands, commissioned by the Kern Kunst Westvoorne Foundation. Her first large-scale sculpture was bought by Standard Bank in 2013 and is installed in their new building in Rosebank, Johannesburg. Armstrong currently lives and works in Johannesburg.