My Fine Art degree project is based predominantly on cave paintings and carvings. I am painting on large canvases, using oil and acrylic paint as well as oil sticks and pastels. The work is spontaneous and bodily movements are important. […]
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The Arts Council England have generously funded this project. There will be bras, there will be women, and songs! Thank you Arts Council!
(Due to Soundcloud limitations, earlier audioblogs have been deleted, but are still available upon request)
Blogging through the journey of an emerging artist.
Memory and Pictorial Space.
Fine Art, University Campus Suffolk Student.
During my residency I question how drawing and drawing strategies can affect how I engage with nature (forest), my relationship to the forest, self and others.
… exhibition space
a potted history of what is (or was) current
I have been working on a piece I call ‘Gestalt’ for a number of years now. First shown Sept 2010 at Durham’s DLI gallery as a three part installation, I am looking to develop it further. I am particularly interested […]
Bringing alive a now demolished but much loved dance hall in the north east town of Hartlepool is the impetus for this piece. Working with groups that cover the entire spectrum of age, I am making a video installation which […]
Follow my progress in making ‘Viewpoint’ a new sculptural work by Alison Atkins as a finalist in Broomhill National Sculpture Prize 2015
At the end of the third year of my degree at Hereford College of Art, I finally take the plunge and start a blog. Better late than never!
I’m a final year student at University Campus Suffolk- UCS. I am originally from Brazil and my practice looks at aspects of Brazilian culture and society. For the last three years my work has explored performance, installation, drawing, painting, printmaking and lens-based media.
Some reflections on my recent work and activity.
In my eyes China has always been such an exciting influence in my whole life and My art started from talking to Chinese people over the internet on QQ chat site. Ever since then i have had the desire to compare China and England together, using the connection into my art.
A blog giving an inside in the making of a large piece for the Broomhill Sculpture Garden. About finding objects, drawing, model making, material, trials and errors, and hopefully many happy accidents.
whats it like to be an artist working with the over 60′s, creating an sustainable arts community at the pavilion cafe in Didsbury park Manchester?
Welcome to my first ever blog. This is new territory to me and I am just getting used to things. I work in acrylic paint and am a keen photographer.
Notes on art and life from a Londoner living in Copenhagen. At present: preparing for the Sculpture biennial, Sculpture by the Sea.
My first blog ‘Keeping It Together’ came to a natural end when I moved in to my studio. ‘Keeping It Going’ picks up where that left off. Will I be able to maintain a blog at the same time as […]
Resolution of Practice. I’m caught up in the subject of our relationships with objects and their role in holding and projecting ideas about our identity. The object I am currently working with is a ceramic figurine which has been in […]
Words count too. This blog might help me see myself in reflection.
For a few weeks now: a drawing of part of the studio, every morning, to start the working day. Collection of aspects of a small space.
2015 will see the Philippines showcase at The Venice Biennale, after a hiatus of 5 decades. A soul searching discovery with artist, Vanessa Scully.
Over the next few months I will be posting images of my developing sculpture for the Broomhill National Sculpture Prize 2015. I plan to make a steel structure that will support and display three characters: a rocky outcropping, a moss and an organism.
This Fine Art degree project is an organic kinetic sculpture that is forever growing. This work requires precise measurements and structural stability for it to become a successful and ever growing piece. In reminiscence of Jean Tinguely’s whimsical creations i […]