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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Finding my way at this stage of my life is happening, although there are so many red herrings to chase that it’s hard to keep focused. But Drawing is still the key to the universe. The Dumas exhibition confirmed this.
Begin with ideas, embrace chance, subvert expectation, trust the process, celebrate an open outlook with a smile at the ready, propose peaceful honesty as a solution.
The bright, bold, wild and wonderful world of my interpretation of fine art.
In 2014 I completed my MFA at the Slade School of Fine Art where I awarded the Boise Travel Scholarship. I am using this scholarship to spend the next 8 weeks travelling around the unique landscape of Iceland, gathering research and making new work.
Notes on art and life from a Londoner living in Copenhagen. At present: preparing for the Sculpture biennial, Sculpture by the Sea.
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 […]
‘n-1′ by Li-E Chen London experimental site-specific art project, supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England. ‘n-1′ is involving Chen’s visits to 168 locations set out as squares on a Google map of Greater London.
Exploring fragmentation and traces
Hildegard of Bingen also known as the sybil of the Rhine, was a German writer, composer, philosopher, Christian Mystic, Benedictine abbess, visionary, and polymath,
A trip to Leeds last week proved absolutely exhilarating with such a wide selection of amazing art particularly The Tetley’s new exhibition ‘Painting in Time’.
A central event in the Liverpool art scene, the Fair showcases artwork of around 100 artists. I recently showcased a triptych of works titled ‘Seismic Shift’ in this year’s Liverpool Art Fair 2015.
Fine Art, University Campus Suffolk Student.
I am delighted to announce my third publication ‘Stitch Stories’ (Batsford/Pavilion) will be available in August 2015. I have some fabulous contributors from the UK, Europe, the USA and Australia including artist and political activist Mary Fisher (USA)
Begin at the Beginning.
Some reflections on my recent work and activity.
Feeling that I am being left behind by technology and outside of normal activity due to a lack of a mentor and progressive disease.
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.
Jennifer’s current practice concerns itself with the transformative reality of film. Through carefully selected images of stills from film, universally identifiable moments are cropped and zoomed in on. Emphasis is put upon the character’s face and emotions.
Documenting a 14 month research and development project exploring Seaside Moderne architecture in the North West of England and Scotland. Supported by Arts Council England, Blackpool Council and UcLan.
2015 will see the Philippines showcase at The Venice Biennale, after a hiatus of 5 decades. A soul searching discovery with artist, Vanessa Scully.
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 […]
Artists Markets in Stamford, Lincolnshire. East Midlands
I am a final year art student at University Campus Suffolk. My work has developed into the challenge of figurative painting. Recently I have begun to explore the figure and bold pattern combinations and the way the pattern wraps and […]