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Burgette is a British Contemporary artist, entrepreneur, academic/teacher and writer based in West Yorkshire. Burgette studied Fine Art: Painting and Drawing at The University of Huddersfield (2006-2009). With an interest in theology, the spiritual, the subconscious and psychoanalysis of art and education. Later she went on to study a Postgraduate Diploma in Education in the Lifelong Learning Sector (2013-2015) and taught persons who were detained in secure settings. She is currently pursuing a placement for PhD study in the field of Human Rights Law whilst studying a masters of law in Mental Health Law and Social Science Research (Socio-Legal Studies) MA. Burgette is inspired by a diverse range of subjects, including the landscape and forms found within it, the spiritual, dreams and the subconscious influence on the abstract art work. She is also interested in Human Rights discourse within the practice of visual art and has a particular interest in the area of mental health and education. Burgette is inspired by the artworks of Joan Miro and Wassily Kandinsky to name only a few and is also a collector of art, with pieces from world renowned artists, to talented local artists as part of her collection. Some of Burgette's own original paintings and prints are part of private individual collections.

MA Social Science Research (Socio-Legal Studies)- current
LLM Mental Health Law (current)
Level 2 in Mental Health Problems
Postgraduate Diploma in Education PGDipE (Advanced) Pre Service in LLS. (2015).
BA(Hons) Fine Art: Painting and Drawing. (2009).
Proud member of Mensa since 2009 (tested 2003) and Secretary of Mental Health SIG.
Proud Trustee of the Joseph Thomson Maasai Trust.