b. 1997 Connie Burlton currently resides in London.

Burlton’s practice invites the contemporary return of the hand in the digital age, where material manipulation has been replaced by simulations that leave the body feeling amputated. The physicality and tactility of her practice, which consists chiefly of painting whilst further crossing printmaking, collage and ceramics, provides an antidote to the ubiquity of the screen in an increasingly intangible world.

Selected Exhibitions

2021 Rebirth, The Holy Art, London (Group)

2020 Wet Paint, Bowes-Paris Gallery x AUC ART, London (Group)

2020 Wet Paint, Bowes-Paris Gallery, London (Group)

2020 Public Notice, Various Locations, London (Group)

2019 Bread, 121 Sydney Street, London (Group)

2019 Degree Show, The Stow, Glasgow (Group)

2018 Something Like That, The Glue Factory, Glasgow (Group)

2017 Something To Do With a Body, 110 Elderslie Street, Glasgow (Group)

2016 Series II, Grace and Clark Fyfe Gallery, Glasgow (Group)

2016 Once More From the Top, The Old Hairdressers, Glasgow (Group)


2016-2019 BA Fine Art, Painting and Printmaking, The Glasgow School of Art

2015-2016 Foundation Diploma in Fine Art, Central Saint Martins


2019 Aon Community Arts Award