Olivia Bouzyk is an image maker born in 1996 in Stroud, Gloucestershire. After graduating from her undergraduate degree in BA History of Art at UCL in 2018, she moved back to Stroud where she began to teach herself to screenprint at the local printmaking cooperative. She then pursued printmaking further and embarked on MA Fine Art Printmaking at Camberwell college of arts, part of UAL, where she was able to further her practical knowledge whilst developing and incorporating her interest in medieval illuminated manuscripts which began during her undergraduate degree; now, she is living and working in Camberwell, London. How did you get into art?
I have always been a very visual person, there isn’t one distinct moment because it has always just been a part of who I am.
How would you describe your style? What makes your art special?
My style is very heavily influenced by colour. That’s easy to see, but also it’s about the interplay between line, colour and form and the juxtapositions and combinations between these elements.How do you go about developing your work?
I like to allow my subconscious to develop my work. I like to be guided by my intuition and for it to tell me when to stop or when something is not quite finished yet and needs tweaking.Who or what influences you?
My mood and environment really influence the work I make. All of my work is a subconscious reflection of what I’m surrounded by.
What are you planning to do next?
I’m planning world domination so watch out.Instagram