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LandSkype

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.

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A detail of my installation 'Obscure Garden', 2014. Wood, steel, printing ink, varnish, iron paste.
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A rocky outcropping, a moss and an organism

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.

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Third Year Degree Project by Samuel Hadgraft

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 […]

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Sleep-drunk I dance

My art grows around me. My flat is filled with objects I have made over the last few years. There is always something going on, something new developing. But this creativity in the living-room, due to M.E. my only possibility, […]

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There’s No Place like Home

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. […]

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Karart Blog

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 […]

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This is one of the first ceramic sample pieces I made for my major project
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The Uncouth Version of Events

There’s just something about the last few weeks of your degree that makes you want to start a blog, right?

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Tim Hogben

I have worked in care roles with adults and children for 30 years, initially with nursery children and later with adults with learning disabilities. Despite low pay and poor public understanding of those who are vulnerable. My work with individuals […]

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Its.. an odyssey ..

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.

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Gill Gregory

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.

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Val Jones BA Hons

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.

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Hildegard of Bingen ( 1098-1178)

Hildegard of Bingen also known as the sybil of the Rhine, was a German writer, composer, philosopher, Christian Mystic, Benedictine abbess, visionary, and polymath,

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Project Me

Project Me: charting the progress of my practice since 2007

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Pigment

This is my Critical  Blog, I will be reflecting on my work, my own Practice and context.

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The Artistic Urge from Prehistory to the Present.

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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WHAT’S YOUR VIEW?

Follow my progress in making ‘Viewpoint’ a new sculptural work by Alison Atkins as a finalist in Broomhill National Sculpture Prize 2015

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Kingley Vale – the road to the interior

During my residency I question how drawing and drawing strategies help me to engage with nature to better understand and express myself, my relationship to the forest and others.

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