Blogs - a-n The Artists Information Company
This blog will be documenting my degree project, creating a resource about the most endangered plants in the world, to raise awareness of the plight of plants in the climate crisis.
Noting down every step of my ideas.
The increasingly intense exploration of drawing, and the threads between words, sounds, music, lines…
Less cleaning, less procrastinating, more art
A journal about the daily practice of drawing.
Very happy to get a new painting underway this week. You can watch it develop…
Do we start new things in January because we imagine its a clean slate, a step into a new position or is it because we have had time to reflect? Each year I look forward to what the other day, […]
Hello, this is Trish! I am a Fine Art student at the University of Suffolk in my third and last year, so called ”end of the beginning”. I will be exploring and observing, personal and honest in my writings.
Project Me: charting the progress of my practice since 2007
An exhibition of paintings and drawings on show at the Ashcroft Arts Centre, Fareham. Hampshire. Runs until 25th February!
A visual art exhibition of over a dozen mixed media and acrylic paint based wall hung collage style Canvas based artworks accompanied by a digital guide, a making of video and associated sounds.
An exploration through paintings, sculptures, essays and poetry of the power of place, and the trauma of displacement.
Fairy Stories Lost Child Hoods at Mansfield Library Gallery from 13th Jan ‘22 information and regular updates
Carbon Synthesis is an international project to reveal the possibilities of linking art and science to transform perceptions of liminal wetland landscapes; revealing the effects of climate change across the globe by visualising the (in)visible.
Latest news from the studio
A place to log images – mostly oil paintings – and the thinking that drives (and emerges) from them.
Tales of the pretty much expected….and sometimes not
Pictures taken for my Jewellery project on Light and Nostalgia
A continuing project about artist interpretation through the media of clay
I’ve called this blog ‘I draw’ because my art-work is centred on Drawing. I am an artist from Margate.
This is my journey of discovering objects in museum collections which resonate with me. Aspects of these discoveries then surface in my Art practice as I continue to develop my skills in Ceramics.
Very happy to be included in the seasonal exhibition ‘Scion’ at Cupola Gallery. Open daily until Christmas, the exhibition runs until 8 January (plus extra thanks to Cupola for the photo)
Collaboration between artists Michaela Nettell and Robert Worley to make and studio test a collection of hinged glass pyramids inspired by Cedric Price’s visionary design for the Snowdon Aviary at London Zoo. The objects are envisaged both as props for […]