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 Current & Upcoming shows

Koppel Curates 'Turboflair' The Koppel Project Mayfair, 125 New Bond Street, W1S 1DY 

30th June - 2nd July - Private view Thursday 29th June 6pm - 10pm 

'The Right Kind of Man' Joint show with David Horgan curated by Laine Kay-Lambert, Liquid Gold studios, 68 Southampton Row, London, WC1B 4AR,

Thursday 1st - Wednesday 6th June 2023 - Private View 1st June 6-9pm 


Past Exhibitions: 

Open Studios: The Koppel Project Station, 56 Downshire Hill, London Nw3 1PA, Friday 24th March & Saturday 25th March 2023. Open midday- 8pm 

Koppel X, Group Show, 48 Regent Street, London W1B 5RA, March 14th - 25th 2023

Private view March 14th; 5-8pm

The Other Art Fair, The Truman Brewery, London, March 9th - 12th 2023

'The Wild Thought - Love & Betrayal' The Lido Stores, Margate 1-24th February 2023

'Precious  Postcards' Hollywood Road Gallery London, December 14- 21st 2022 

'She came, she saw, she conquered' Joint show with Rebecca Hardaker Fitzrovia Gallery London,

October  17th- 23rd 2022

'Two Doors' Tart Gallery London, House of St Barnibas, London, May - October 2022

Open Studios at The Koppel Project, Hampstead, September 2022

Solo Exhibition, SouthCombe Barn Gallery, Dartmoor, August 20th 2022

Open Studios at The Koppel Project, Hampstead, April 2022

'A room of her own' Irving Contemporary Gallery, Oxford, March 3rd - April 26th 2022

'Only Connect' Solo Exhibition, Love Brownies, Southgate, Feb 14th - March 13th 2022

The Other Art Fair, The Truman Brewery, London, October 14th-17th, 2021

Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair, November 2018

Royal Academy of Art Summer Exhibition, June-August 2018

Beyond the Mountains group show, Glasgow, November 2017

Beta beta residency, Braemar, Scotland 2016

Glasgow School of Art Degree show, London & Glasgow 2014

Illustration Clients include: 

Brummell magazine, Boat International magazine, The Grove Hotel, The Grand Hotel Birmingham,

HER Ensemble, Skibo magazine, The Skinny magazine, Show Media London, VOGUE International,


Awards & Residencies: 

Beta Beta Artists Residency, Scotland 2016

Varda Artists Residency, San Francisco 2019

SouthCombe Barn Women's Residency 2022 


BA Visual Communication, Glasgow School of Art 2011-2014

KADK Copenhagen, Erasmus year 2012-2013

Foundation in Art, London College of Fashion 2007-2008

BA English Literature & History of Art, University of Leeds 2003-2006


Amy Wiggin is a London-based multi-media artist primarily working in the medium of printmaking. Wiggin combines traditional printmaking techniques, such as lithography and monotype. Her art practice navigates the realms of both the unconscious and conscious worlds, interweaving characters and narratives to create evocative compositions. Drawing inspiration from her dreams, Wiggin often finds her subjects presented to her through these vivid nocturnal visions. One such notable figure, 'Her Lady-Horse Ship,' a female Centaur encountered in a dream, who asked to be realised, embodies a childlike nostalgia that challenges our perceptions of reality and our place within it.


Beyond exploring the personal and fantastical, with a feminist sensibility, Wiggin's artwork establishes an engaging space subverting traditional narratives surrounding dating and gender roles. Infused with a healthy dose of humour, Wiggin's artwork extends an invitation for viewers to join in this collaborative dance with her protagonists. Bold figures and interwoven text serve as elements of a visual "propaganda" that reveals Wiggin's vision of the world and the alternative realities she wishes us to see. 


'Amy was a joy to work with, I felt she really understood the ethos of Her Ensemble and connected with it. She was also incredibly generous with her time and versatile with the interpretation of ideas- The Dream!' 

Ellie Consta, founder of @herensemblemusic

'Buying art is a really personal process, so it makes a massive difference when the artist provides a genuinely personal service. From the moment I contacted Amy (after seeing her art exhibited in Oxford) then visiting her studio, to being led through a framing consultation with her, the process was not only fun and enjoyable but also personal. Amy's piece is now in a great frame attracting lots of compliments.'

Daniel Vacassin, Buyer July 2022.

2023 Price List of Unframed Works: 

B/w Lithographs 57 x 38 cm  £185

B/w Lithographs with Hand detailing 57 x 38 cm £195

Coloured lithographs 57 x 38 cm £225 

B/w Lithographs 110 x 77 cm £400 

Lithographs with Hand detailing 110 x 77 cm £450

Monotypes minis 1/1 24 x 16cm £105

Monotypes minis 1/1 32 x 20cm £195

Monotypes 1/1 40 x 32cm £295

Monotypes 1/1 64 x 45 cm £395

Monotypes 1/1 84 x 59 cm £450 

Monotypes 1/1 100 x 70 cm £495

Original Paintings 57 x 38 cm £400 

Original Paintings 81 x 61 cm £450

Original Paintings Large 80cm + £500

Contact me for framing prices and options.


+44 (0)7969695728 

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