Stella Whalley's art practice has been dedicated to the exploration of drawing, printmaking, digital embroidery and photography. Taking references from history of art and contemporary culture she reformulates them by using herself as the protagonist. Her works investigate how gender is culturally constructed and uncovers a rich source of insights into the self and our relationship to the world. Whalley has developed and refined her highly individual approach over the course of numerous exhibitions and residencies.Most recently she has produced site specific installations with yarn,at the Wilson Gallery Cheltenham ,Palazzo Ducale in Atina Italy she created a black curve by threading the Palace gates and Ginestrelle artist residency Assisi Italy. See New Work and yarn Installations