Visual Artist Jamila Walker




Midlands based Artist, Jamila Walker's practice uses found objects and demonstrates a fascination with minutiae of the everyday. Implied self determined narratives, wit and humour suggest her ambivalent feelings toward

her chosen subjects.


Jamila creates candid work, from a vibrant palette of ideas, using various textures and colour. Digital manipulation and mixed media enable her to construct visual worlds and characters. Jamila's use of photography is an opportunity to challenge the classic theory that "the camera never lies", for Jamila

"the camera always lies".


As an image maker Jamila creates bodies of work which raise questions about my role in the world, as an Artist, woman, etc. Jamilas passion lies with narrative and visual communication, she finds it a more natural way to engage

with the world, through Art.


In addition to being an Exhibiting Artist, Jamila is also involved in Community Arts, Commissions & Heritage Projects.


Diversity project work, with Shrewbury Museum and Art Gallery,

from August 2017


Digital Artist, Professional Placement,

Hallam St, Mental Health Hospital, Sandwell                          Feb - March 2013

Dudley, Five Ways to Wellbeing:

Schools Arts Residencies x 3

Creative Health cic                                                                   Feb - April 2014

Part of the Creative Health, This Way Up project                    2016 - 2017


Enter Arts Course                                                                         (2010)

Various RAW courses                                                                  (2007 - 2010)

Fine Art Photography, BA (Hons) University of Derby                 (2004)

BTEC in Art and Design,                                                              (2001)

GNVQ in Drawing & Mark Making,                                               (2001)


AIR Member from 2008

Member of the Shropshire Visual Arts Network - 2012 - 2014

Jamila is also a founder member of Vintage Inspired Craft Collective Hey Doll! and Elixir Arts

Bank Street Art - 2015

I am also a Tutora Tutor

Visual Art Collective; Here Here


'Inspired By Newman Brothers, Coffin Works, Birmingham Conservation Trust, 2013


Hall Court, Telford, South Staffordshire and Shropshire NHS, 2017












© Jamila Walker (All images)



Laverne, 2014

Queen Mavis, 2014


Ellesmere Snowglobe, 2017


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