Ghislaine Howard was named as a 'Woman of The Year' in 2008 for her contribution to art and society. A painter of powerful and expressive means.
Ghislaine first came to public attention with her ground-breaking exhibition concerning pregnancy and birth, the first of its kind, at Manchester City Art Gallery, 'A Shared Experience'. The exhibition attracted much critical acclaim.
Ghislaine has worked on commissioned projects with various diverse communities including cathedrals, theatres, prisons, the BBC, Women’s Refuges and as well as with major organisations such as Amnesty International.
Ghislaine has featured in various publications and television documentaries including Degas: An Old Man Mad about Art, 1996 and Degas and the Dance in 2004, which was awarded the prestigious international Peabody Award.
Ghislaine is represented in many public and private collections including the Royal Collection.
A major monograph, Ghislaine Howard, the Human Touch, Paintings, Prints and Drawings, 1980-2016, written by Michael Howard and produced by Collect Art.