Marcia Bennett Male's artwork is quietly subversive. While it satisfies a desire for something well crafted and aesthetically beautiful it also has a conceptual or emotional sting in its tail. Whether she is working in stone or fabric they'll always be a social or political subtext related to her life and history as a black female artist in 21st Century Britain. It's not about banner-waving or pointing fingers, but it is about having a voice.

On this website you can see examples of her commissioned restoration, illustration, and letter-cutting work.

La Carne de Cerdo       70 x 32 x 40 cm

Ancaster Limestone