I will be undertaking a residency at 501 Artspace, Chongqing, China during February and March. 501 Artspace is a large independent artist led studio group and art gallery. There are approximately 80 artists working from the studios and they are […]
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An usual art residency on the Isle of Eigg in the Scottish Small Isles. Outcomes will (hopefully) include an alternative audio walking guide, a rummaging intervention in the island swap shop, and a tradition usurping mummers play with the islands […]
A record of my first post-graduation residency at the Nexus Art Cafe in the heart of Manchester’s Northern Quarter. Nexus is in the basement of the Methodist Central Hall, and I plan to work with the whole building and the […]
Light contains the potential for transformation. As it’s fleeting presence touches an object it becomes animated in an endless possibility of ways. The lead up to a group show on the 5th February 2010 at Elysium Art Space in Swansea. […]
Colour is the secret key to my work and able to create unity and harmony in my work. Convey meaning and mood are used to evoke emotional response. I use my eyes more than my ears because of my deafness. […]
www.victoriacoyle.co.uk BA (Hons) Fine Art (Painting & Drawing)I am a part time Fine Art student at Swansea Metropolitan, about to enter my fifth and final year.
Graduate Diploma in Creative Business Development The only graduate creative business programme in the UK that focuses on the creative individual as the centre of the business practice. During this one-year programme, students investigate and develop their own understanding of […]
From October 2009 until April 2010 i will be working at Nottingham Trent University as part of the Artist Access into Art Scheme. Read the blog for more info.
Originating from different countries some of our earliest memories revolve around the beech woods. Again separated to different places we are using this connection to form a joint body of work – SYMBIOSIS – using the trees as a starting […]
An introduction to Cheap and Cheap news and developements. Posts 1, 2 and 3 introduction.
Photographs which seek to work as pieces and paintings. The debates of art and media, artist and audience is what makes being a creative so interesting. I am really interested in being IN the work ‘That’s not …that’s’ – a […]
As this is my first, experimental, attempt at blogging I will be briefly summarising another experimental undertaking. The transition from using cardboard to MDF for construction of a finalised work. The piece is formally based on theoretical physics expounded by […]
This blog will be following the progression of Splashy the penguin that will be joining a colony on the streets of Liverpool in November.
Contemporary Fine Art (Mart) Over the past term my peers and I have been on placements learning about the challanges and rewards involved with actually trying to become a professional artist of some degree. My blog will consist of my […]
All the gory details of the GSA Mutual adventure this summer at the Southside Studios, Glasgow. Written jointly by Carrie Skinner, Jen White, Amy Birchard and Juliet Fellows-Smith.
I want to use this space to reflect on, and find my own balance between these three aspects in relation to my art practice. I make porcelain domestic objects and I seek to improve their technical detail and their meaning.
I live and work in Dover and have started a part-time MA at Central St Martins. This blog will be an intermittent chronicle of my journey over the next year and a half.
Cosmo: Walks once a day, Can't remember where he buries his bones, large fury and 'Apricot' in colour, and does not molt. He is a standard poodle crossed with a golden retriever.
I intend to use this blog to help me work through my Masters Degree which I will be starting in Sept 09. I may also log my ideas/plans & previous experience before the beginning of my course.
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 […]
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…