In this blog I will be documenting the process of making a short film with the assistance and expertise of film maker Henrietta Thomas. I have a collection of vintage music boxes and my aim is to make a film […]
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Made in Korea is an exhibition and residency programme for Korean ceramists in 2017, hosted by The Ceramic House. The exhibition then tours to Sladmore Contemporary. An Arts Council AIDF grant funded a research trip to Korea.
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.
Just Another Exhibition Space
Gene Expression: A Wellcome Trust funded project exploring the role of T-Cells in autoimmune diseases, interpreted through video-art and prints.
With a history of time-based projects I have decided to commit to creating 50 collages before Christmas
Exchange run an art residency programme providing support for early career artists, focusing on development of practise, critical discussion and the exchange of ideas.
Follow my journey and experiences during my six week residency at The Finborough Arms.
Blog reflecting on my research trip to Portland and New York funded by a-n Travel bursaries.
A blog documenting my thought process and work throughout my last year at University of Suffolk, studying for my BA Fine Art. The focus of my work being on culture, identity and printing.
A dialogue of self analysis and critique in the final year of a BA (Hons) Fine Art at University of Suffolk.
The a-n Travel Bursary has provided the vital opportunity to find the sixth and final artist for the visual art project “Cicatrix..the scar of a healed wound”. A WW1 centenary project that runs from 2014 till 2018.
I am a sculptor, printer, painter and an installation artist, and this is my critical review blog.
This blog will chart my artists residency in motherhood. I will attempt to write once a week for the next 52 weeks and to describe the frustrations, joys and discoveries of practicing at being an artist and a mother.
Paddling in paint. Working on a very large piece of canvas so big I have to walk across it. Gestural, instinctive involvement. Turned it upside down and it works better!
Advancing ideas around the simulacrum, and other questions concerning the copy, the original, and representation, through work produced in my artist’s residency in the printmaking room at the University of Suffolk.
Project Me: charting the progress of my practice since 2007
BA (Hons) Fine Art, University of Suffolk
I’m a third year student studying at University of Suffolk. My art this year is all about human interaction and bringing the fun and joy into my work.
I am a 3rd year mature student at the University of Suffolk and I am interested in the process of creativity as a way to explore the self (whatever the self is!). I like Outsider / Strange / Bizarre Art and particularly like to use found and natural materials.
This blog follows my progress over a short and intensive period as Artist in Residence at Brighouse Arts Festival in West Yorkshire. Gathering stories, memories and imagery to create a holistic physical response within the grand setting of the old Town Hall.
BA (Hons) Fine Art University of Suffolk
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I have been selected through an application process to exhibit at Collect Open, Saatchi Gallery 3rd – 6th February 2017. To make this large installation work I have received an Arts Council ‘Grants for the Arts’ Award. Follow my works progress in this blog.
Conversations with my mother – taking my artist book on an adventure
This blog will follow my study for the final year of my fine art degree course. Right up till my final show.