Grace Aza-Selinger is an independent fine artist working in London. Grace's abstract landscapes act as a sort of escapism from city life and a channel into the natural world. In particular, Berlin and the ideology surrounding the forest has strongly influenced her work. The poet Tom Westerman reviews Grace's practice from a recent exhibition: 'Through the artist's experience of natural beauty spots within cityscapes and raw pastoral settings the sense of awe these paintings instil work as a powerful reminder of the infinite colour, diversity and multi-dimensionality of human experience.'
She has exhibited extensively, including at "The Biscuit Factory", "The Affordable Art Fair Hong Kong" and "The Royal British Institute". In 2009 she was awarded a chance to appear alongside Paula Rego and Peter Blake in an international auction of art-works in the 'Newcomers' section and in 2011 worked alongside Katerina Seda at the Tate Modern.
Most recently she was selected as a featured artist for Rise Art in their ‘Top 10 artists to watch’. Her paintings can be found all over the world, including London, Paris & Tokyo.