Project Me: charting the progress of my practice since 2007
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Final Degree, Fine Art Project
Have just finished a new work, where we got the public playing Wiliam Tell on harmonicas on the street. It is to promote happiness and well being. It was kinda interesting to see how involved the public got in the project and how easy they were to convince.
Final post of 5 senses art workshops series.
Going on a walk – extending my practice.
Fine Art, University Campus Suffolk Student.
This blog will be my critical review about my work , what i think ( conception) and where i will talk about me and other artists but basically in my work during my course of fine art.
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.
Everyday artist concerns
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.
This is my Critical Blog, I will be reflecting on my work, my own Practice and context.
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 […]
This is my 3rd year degree show project which shows my works, inspirations and how my work progresses.
I’m at University Campus Suffolk, in my long final year (ends 2016), but I’m looking forward to it. My work to date has been about stories and perspectives of storytelling. It has involved explorations in painting and installation.
My work over the last four years has used a visual language to explore birth, identity, and gender. Metamorphosis has been an ongoing theme where, through the feminine form, I have explored the notion of change and passing of time. […]
A relationship with the sea through painting and drawing
On Self-Portraiture, a collaboration between Brook Hobbins, a sculptor and myself.
A blog giving an inside in the making of a large piece for the Broomhill Sculpture Garden. About finding objects, drawing, model making, material, tries and errors, and hopefully many happy accidents.
Critical review of work created in the last year of degree study
I’m pleased to announce that I am one of this year’s finalists in the Broomhill National Sculpture Prize. I will be updating this blog post weekly to show the progress and production of my selected sculpture.
An exploration of the second generation post memory experience of exile following the Spanish Civil War through object art, performance and installations. I blog about my research, the process and the finished pieces as they emerge.
Blogging through the journey of an emerging artist.
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 blog will show the way I work to create and install an imagined seed bank sculpture for the exhibition to open at Broomhill, Devon, in June 2015, I will add images and info as I progress