Adoption the eternal triangle…
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So this blog, is just that – my work, reasons behind it and what happens to it…………. while trying to balance it all with having a full time job………..
Re:view professional development bursary progress blog
Check out my latest blog to explain this image. 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.
….to document and archive a ten year project…to win the Turner prize….10, 000hrs of art….1,000 hrs per annum
Practice.work done and work in progress
Threads between words, music and a bundle of old clothes. (Audio versions of these posts are available upon request)
An account of my New collaborations bursary-funded adventure in Paris 2013/14
The blog provides an insight into my initial exploration of Stoke-on-Trent, my responses to the environment and sense of place. The following Chapter of the blog sees the work that was initiated within the two weeks residency, come to some form of resolution.
A project, by Art Space Portsmouth artist Adrian Mundy, using gardens and plants and turning them into a new body of work with exhibitions in 2016.
The fourth talk from the System Failure series, looking at the specific issues facing artists raising families.
Tales of the pretty much expected….and sometimes not
i’m a level 6 fine art student at, UCS university. This will be a blog about my final journey towards my degree show.
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.
I’m an artist living and working in London. I draw sprawling, delicate cities inspired by geometry, nature and architecture. In this blog post I recall my last 18 months of drawing on ‘Vine’ and the many inspirations, challenges and surprises that I’ve encountered along the way.
From the beginning…
A look at why we decide to become Artists
I’m currently in my third year of a Fine Art degree at University Campus Suffolk.
My work mainly consists of portraiture. I take a lot of my own photographs before making my work, and my subjects are mainly friends and family and myself.
I am a BA Fine Art student and this is my critical review.
Home to posts relating to my final year as a BA (Hons) Fine Art student at University Campus Suffolk.
Covering the upcoming festival of flip books, that will be to he shelves of Darlington library before travelling to libraries in America.
A new blog to mark an extended period developing my own ideas within my practice and bringing them into focus.
I met Skye in 2011 when I was selected for the Jerwood Painting Fellowships. She came to my first ever studio in Hackney, an ex-Victorian warehouse with gigantic windows and high ceilings, perfect for making large paintings. Back then I […]
A blog about working in both traditional and digital media with electronics
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 […]