I have been completing a few paintings the last couple of days and am very happy with them. I have continued using mud as a medium. I have been making the most out of the sunny warm weather by painting […]
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Never know really what to say for a blog or have the greatest communication with words. That what drives me insane with my dyslexia. I know how to write critically or how to go on with a review explaining and […]
As I create a new collection of diagram poems for a POST Artists exhibition at Whitstable this June, this is a blog to share the process
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.
The treasure hunt for the perfect studio space…
Threads between words, music and a bundle of old clothes. (Audio versions of these posts are available upon request)
How on earth to continue a practice with no income??? Dealing with financial abuse and neglect.
In 2016 I was awarded an AN Travel Bursary to go to Fotofest: one of the oldest Photography Biennials in the world. The outcome was new friendships, new contacts and a whole new comprehension about the inner workings of the museum world.
I’m a level 6 Fine art student at, UCS University. This will be a blog about my final journey towards my degree show.
My art practice explores the personal, emotional, physical, and psychological states of being a woman today. I confess my own personal experiences through my art, the good the bad and the ugly states of being that connect with bigger feminist issues.
Professional development bursary progress
Re-purposing this blog for a-n professional development bursary activity which reflects on the last year’s Arts Council England Grants for the arts funded research and development award focusing on my two solo shows of early 2016
During spring 2016, I am volunteering at the Woodlands Trust’s Glen Finglas site near Callander in Scotland. I will be completing the Trust’s Audio Interpretation Internship post. This blog will reflect on my internship with the Trust and my audio work created for the placement.
Interesting that I put the word priorities in the lead in to my blog. Still trying to stick to the right priorities. Life impinges all the time and it’s sometimes hard to keep focused.
Research & Development – Reading & Dialogue – Reaction & Direction – Courtesy of an AN Professional Development Bursary 2016
This is a community based walking group which is using walking as a research tool for locating TS Eliot’s the Waste Land and selected other poems in Margate. Please feel free to join us for our next walk in Margate.
An Arts Council England funded collaborative project about Felicia Browne, a British artist who volunteered and died in the Spanish Civil War. Through poetry and visual art we will respond to her life and her archive of drawings and letters held at Tate Britain.
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.
Celebration of 80 years of People’s Cinema in Lund is a nonprofit organization that operates cinemas Kino and Södran in Lund.
MFA at Cardiff School of Art & Design.
A reflective journal of my thoughts, processes, research and current practice through my postgraduate study.
Large Tea Mugs and Bowls in white earthenware
inspired by a decisive point in a drum solo as described by cozy powell, this blog aims to chart the exploration of my own hi hat and snare moment and how this feeds into the process of reconnecting and growing of my practice.
BA (Hons) Fine Art – The Final Year!!
Pondering: to weigh in the mind with thoroughness and care
Thursday, May 19, 2016 Coming Home. “What happened to the girl who’s dreams fell out? Did you ever finish that story? I wondered what happened to her…” Janet, one of my best friends, asked me the other night. […]