Me muttering about creative processes, life and inspirations. My work rarely stands still, a bit like me. It evolves and meanders in subject and style, like a winding stream. I just go with the flow.
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Fine Art Degree Student at University of Suffolk
ACE funded project exploring air movement and making 2d work into 3d forms outdoors.
About persistence, learning, earning, reflections on being an artist, reflections on being a man.
Not quite a collage a day
What does it mean to have all the colours available to you as an artist? We just can click and order, browse wondrous shops full of pigments or go onto our devices and swipe, touch and tap our way […]
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.
Having being offered a place on the MA Art Psychotherapy course at Roehampton University in 2012 I decided that I wanted to document how my involvement on this study programme might inform new ways of thinking about myself and thus lead […]
My art grows around me. My flat is filled with objects I have made over the last few years. There is always something going on, something new developing. But this creativity in the living-room, due to M.E. my only possibility, […]
‘I am not an object, I am not White’. The current project aims to investigate notions of object white and its removal, in it’s aims to contest and re-establish on a personal level and Universal status of white, starting with traditional paintings i.e the implementation of God.
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Beginning an abstract painting is easy. Find a space and surround yourself with a variety of exciting materials and tools, prepare the ground and make a start. What then follows is a bewildering sequence of challenges which come at you from every conceivable angle.
Threads between words, music and a bundle of old clothes. (Audio versions of these posts are available upon request)
A blog documenting the work and learning I do through my Professional Development Bursary
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.
Charting a glazing and firing development process with ceramics mentor supported by a-n professional development artist’s bursary.
Blog charting progress with a photobook project, generously supported by a 2017 Professional Development Bursary
Gene Expression: A Wellcome Trust funded project exploring the role of the thymus in autoimmune diseases, interpreted through video-art and prints.
A blog about my research into using TLCs to make responsive glass installations
Where Do We Go From Here?
EMOTIONS THROUGH COLOUR Last year in level 5, my theme was my emotion’s through color, I produced a mind map to link up the various emotions. I researched the color’s associated with the various emotion’s and symbolism that was […]
Project Me: charting the progress of my practice since 2007
Hack & Host will host weekly conversations during May 2017. Each conversation will feature three Hack & Host members and will focus on set themes. These conversations will feed into a “Thrash Out” debate titled “Artists as Political Activists”.
This blog entry reflects on the relationships between walking, thinking and looking in the early stages of my artist residency at Tower Bridge and the resulting impact upon my drawing practice.