Perfume Portrait #31 – Gill Alderson

Gill Alderson 50ml EDT

Head – Lemon, bergamot

Heart – Ginger

Body – Vetiver

Description – bergamot and vetiver, both complex and rich, can be peeled away to reveal ginger and lemon – agents for mental clarity and creativity.

This perfume was created by utilising the artist’s response to the question ‘why do make art?’ It is included in Perfume as Practice AW16 – an exhibition at Bank Street Arts, Sheffield comprising of 14 perfume portraits themed within the woody fragrance family. The exhibition runs from 30th November – 3rd December 2016 and includes an open evening featuring an artist’s talk on 3rd December, 6-8pm at Bank Street Arts itself.

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