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Jill Tegan Doherty (1983) is an Artist from Nottingham, England. After completing her foundation course at Kingston upon Thames, she went on to graduate from Chelsea College of Art and Design (part of the London Institute) in 2006 and since November 2011 lives and works as a practising artist in Berlin. Primarily a painter, her work also stems into sculpture, installation and most recently etching.
After a successful period living in London, having participated in many exhibitions, Including The Royal academy’s summer exhibition, the Mall Galleries as part of the Society of Women artists annual exhibition and the Millenium Gallery in St.Ives for an exhibition curated by Alice Herrick but to name a few, Doherty is now exhibiting internationally and infiltrating the German art scene.
Between 2009 and 2011 she Co-founded a ‘pop up’ Gallery space in Archway, London called TO AND FOR. This went on to become a registered charity, hosting not only contemporary and unusual exhibitions but also putting on free art workshops to coincide with the shows as well as hosting artists talks, film screenings and other events. Doherty also worked as a freelance art workshop facilitator, both for the gallery and other organisations. Now living in Berlin she works solely as a practicing artist.