the university of derby fine art degree show in 2009 was entitled ‘departure’. this blog will hopefully be an account/diary/place for thought/intervention of the first six months of my departure from the degree process, as i find my feet, attempt […]
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During the month prior to my solo exhibition at Ropewalk Contemporary Art & Craft in Northern Lincolnshire I will be exploring the ideas and imagery which have culminated in my latest body of work.
Fine Art BA Hons, Year 6
Temporary Art Space is an unfunded, artist-run project with a lifespan of six months, situated in the magnificent Grade 1 listed Piece Hall in Halifax and co-directed by Alice Bradshaw, Bob Milner, Tom Senior, Kevin Boniface & Georgia Boniface.
this is carrying on from my degree show blog. now im out in the big wide art world i hope this blog will prove to be as helpful as the last at recording and reflecting on my journey.
Tough old bird, Crow! She’s sassy, a trickster, a laugh, a croaking shadow on a wall. She’s leading me on a merry dance. But one day (soon) she’ll fly…
my first steps after graduating
It’s four years since I left Uni clutching my Degree and nobody’s banged on my door proclaiming that I am the next greatest thing in art.I’m starting to think people haven’t noticed me.Well today is the day I start to […]
I’m working in a graveyard. This residency has me based in church grounds: an old chapel, newly converted into shiny studios. I’ve been appointed as Lead Artist and Project Coordinator for this, and over the next 12 months will recruit […]
The following blog has acted as a pre cursor to the exhibition Celestial Contrakt which opened on the 12th November at Schwartz Gallery, Hackney Wick, and is now in it’s fourth week. Curated by Christina Mitrentse and Jonas Ranson the […]
SHOPPUTTING is an ongoing work that sees Paul Conneally placing clothes, shoes and other goods in shops. It is the opposite of shoplifting. The goods are not for sale but have a label informing shoppers that if they like this […]
Curated by Christina Mitrentse and Jonas Ranson London 12 November – 6 December Private View 6-10pm Thursday 12 November 2009 Opening Performance Music By Douce Angoisse . Audio Mixes by Exitjesus Artist talk Saturday 28 November Late Night View 3th […]
Ania Bas at Kube has invited us (WAVYBLUE artists group) to develop our ideas through ArtLab at Kube . We were inspired by meeting Ania and are looking forward to working with her at Kube.
A single large format photograph of a group of postal workers thanking members of a knitting circle for their gift of a homemade cosy for their local post box. A gesture of solidarity to celebrate the hidden industry of those […]
BA (Hons) Photography.
I’m exposing myself to find community in the journey… I feel like a slow starter, stumbling around in the dark working out what it means to call myself an artist &always questioning whether I ‘qualify’.
An artist practising again and finding it tough, hard and bloody exciting
My art work, reading, thinking and writing has wilted and is in desperate need of nurturing. This blog is hopefully going to be stage one in it’s blossoming…….
Invigilator is a series of public interventions. It's a collaborative project with Nikki Pugh and Kev Ryan. The latest piece is INVIGILATOR : DIGBETH – this intervention took place on the 29th of March. INVIGILATOR : DIGBETH is the 5th […]
It is what it says on the tin.
Recently my partner took me on a tour of the inside of a derelict mill on a site which we (Lancaster Co-Housing Company) have bought. I decided to make an installation based on the contrast between orderly systems and creative […]
Keeping things going post graduation in a place by the sea… follow the development of my work and ideas in the big wide world!
I am in the process of moving out of "The Shed", and moving into a proper rent paying (space) studio of my own. This is scary stuff, leaving behind my free shed, and forcing myself at a point of economic […]
What do Middleport, St. Radigans and probably Kemsley have in common? 1) They all got old range rovers resting on piles of bricks, fridges or broken plastic goal posts in the front gardens. 2) I am working or going to […]
After finally stepping on to the first rung of the 'artists ladder' by graduating, exhibiting work, having poetry published, and teaching. I was buzzing. Then unforseen events (including a RTA and having a baby) knocked me right off path. Now, […]