Shenique Roux is a 20 year old artist that experiments with the process of Printmaking to challenge stereotypes and prejudices found in society. Roux has been interested in how society perceives and places stress on individuals since she took Art as a subject at school, as she struggles with Anxiety and OCD which caused the experience of school to be difficult.
Born, and still residing, in Bloemfontein, she teaches art part-time at Nellie Brisley Art School while completing her BA Fine Art degree at the University of the Free State. She has taken part in numerous student exhibitions held annualy at the Stegmann Art Gallery on the main campus of the University of the Free State.
One of her works, Droё Gebroke Land, forms part of the private collection of MAP gallery in Richmond, Northen Cape.
Roux challenges views on anxiety in order to work with and challenge her own anxieties, which she plans on using in the creation of her future works.