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Jenette Coldrick

Jenette Coldrick Morrell has been been a Interdisciplinary Artist over 50 years. Born in Cornwall in 1952, she was inspired by the artists she met as a child, who encouraged her to watch and participate in the creative process.

Working from her studios in Yorkshire, the Midlands and the South West, Jenette uses her work to explore her emotions, memory and the environment and fills her work with the excitement she feels for life. Over the years she has experimented with and embraced many different mediums. Finding simpler ways of working (Spinal stenosis), has enhanced the character of her work.


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A floor level view of a wheelchair. The larger wheel has a blue and white spotted centre. Only the lower leg and two feet are visible below a screen. In the foreground, attached to string is a piece of artwork. It is blurry and out of focus.

Image: How long is a piece of string?, Jenette Coldrick

Jenette was one of 31 d/Deaf, Disabled and Neurodivergent artists to take part in the DASH award winning project: We Are Invisible We Are Visible (WAIWAV).

The artists staged Dada inspired interventions in 30 museums and galleries across Britain and Northern Ireland on 2 July 2022 only​​​​​​​, marking the 102nd anniversary of the 1st Dada International Exhibition in Berlin.

Jenettes intervention;​​​​​​​ How long is a piece of string?, took place at Newlyn Art Gallery & The Exchange​​​​​​​, Cornwall. Find out more.

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