Perienne creates works that weave together landscape, wild plant and story medicine. Like a patchwork quilt of memories, dreams and observations, she stitches together stories that exist in multiple layers on the one picture plane responding intuitively, allowing unseen elements to guide her work.
Perienne lives and works in the Forest of Dean in the UK.
She has exhibited nationally and internationally, including at the Royal Academy of Arts, Buckingham Palace and Christie’s in New York. Her work is held in many public and private collections
In 2006, she was awarded a scholarship to study at the Royal Drawing School in London in 2006, where she now teaches drawing and printmaking; courses that emphasise the cross over from observation into imagination.