Whilst still working on her designs and ideas, Paula has dedicated the last 3 years to retrain and launch a plastic & petroleum-free, vegan, botanical skincare brand, Whitfords, to bring the sustainability issue to a different and potentially wider audience.
28 January – 28 March, Smaller Footprints, Women Response to Climate Change, Museum of Art & History, Lancaster, California, US.
Paula’s sculpture Footprint One has been selected for Yicca 2015 International Contest of Contemporary Art.
Designer-maker and artist, Paula Ortega, has created in her London studio a new, sustainable bioplastic from milk, which she will be using to create a new body of work, a series of wearable and non-wearable sculptures. A preview of this work will be available to see on 16th and 17th May 2015, from 11am – 6pm, at Studio 130, Telegraph Building, Second Floor Studios & Arts, Harrington Way, Woolwich, London, SE18 5NR.
11-13 January, Olympia, London
Paula presented her Liminal Series and her bioplastic material during the Makers Breakfast.
21 November, 9.20 am
Saturday/Sunday 15th/16th November 11am 6pm
Harrington Way, Woolwich, London, SE18 5NR
9-12 October, Old Granada Studios, Manchester
10 October 2014 – 4 January 2015, Aspex Gallery, Portsmouth.
21 June to 2 August 2014