Ione Rucquoi: An Artist’s Tale Of Guts, Birds And Bereavement

Ione Rucquoi is a South Devon artist who pushes the boundaries with her artwork. I visited her at her cluttered studio to get a better idea of the personality behind the art, for an in-depth interview published in a local paper.

  • Client:
    Ione Rucquoi
  • Year:
    2009

portfolio2-590x394"A box of egg shells, prosthetics, stuffed animals, costumes and various props litter the floor of her studio. Masks, a few wigs, an ugly doll, shells and netting clutter up the window sill. Worn-out, grey/white dresses with frills hang at the side of the room as if taken from the wardrobe of Charles Dickens’ jilted and mothballed character Miss Haversham."
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