Bringing together ideas about life, death, growth and evolution, developing new printmaking skills, and putting on a show. Supported by a-n’s invaluable Professional Development bursary and a partnership with the Fine Art Printmaking department at the University of Brighton.
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A project focused on understand the mechanics of large scale public sculpture commissioning, the artist/fabricator dynamic and how the artist’s hand can be present in elements of sculpture fabricated by others.
A blog about my research into using TLCs to make responsive glass installations
I have a long-established interest in non–places & transitional zones which include motorway services, airports & business parks. My local research point is Europarc & its surrounding environs. The site is a short drive from my rural village home in Northern Lincolnshire.
A relationship with the sea through painting and drawing
A practice-based research project investigating methods of combining analogue printmaking with digital manufacturing technologies
the ups & downs of my first artist-in-residence project
Notes from a month long residency about the challenge to rediscover figuration after a year of non objective painting
Portal is a new collaborative installation project initiated by Ceramic Artist Emma Summers in partnership with Loudwater Studios. It is inspired by traditional folk and fairy tales and the the historical medieval market town of Ludlow and the community of South Shropshire.
I am fortunate to be one of the twelve participating artists for StudioBook2017 mentoring programme and grateful to a-n.co.uk for the support. My reflection on my experience during the programme will be shared on this blog.
I need to start at the beginning…
Sevenoaks Visual Arts Forum (SVAF) have submitted a successful bid to run the Sevenoaks Kaleidoscope Gallery as an artist-led space. This blog will chart the progress of its first year.
All the latest from the studio of experimental painter Mark Edmonds
Analyzing myself through my own sexual attraction to others. Attempting to ascertain the difference between human, social and animal attraction…hopefully identified the absurdity of ‘hardwired’ but no longer relevant attractions.
Gene Expression: A Wellcome Trust funded project exploring the role of the thymus in autoimmune diseases, interpreted through video-art and prints.
A blog that documents my artistic progress in producing an experimental animation that deals with the understanding, expectations and experience of some Glaswegians on the subject of romantic love. The project is funded by A-N as part of its professional development funding.
A new clay – a new set of ideas – a new process
I sent members of flickr that live & use film near the 23postal locations on the processing envelope, a roll of kodachrome. they are taking photographs of the address on the packet. They then post to Switzerland & kodak send […]
As a woman over 50 I want to share my thoughts with you on being a creative person and finally trying to pin down what it is, exactly, that I do.
Are they uncool and outdated, or a guiding force? Here’s mine.
Having moved to the very tip of Cornwall I have come to understand the power exerted by the sea. West Penwith is surrounded by a vast timeless substance that is so much more than just a liquid pushed by tides. […]
My practice has been challenging epistemological questions, investigating how perception and experience can be rendered through drawing; my investigations thus far, which have focused on the layered language of line, serve as my starting point for the coming months. This […]
The Heritage Gallery, situated at the heart of Greenwich’s Old Royal Naval College overlooking the Thames, seems a very appropriate location to be contemplating the constantly shifting dynamic of the shore and its material, at my solo exhibition ‘Liminal Matter’. […]
This blog is a development from my blog Walking with the Waste Land. I have a number of new walking projects developing over the next year which will now feature in this blog.
The ‘Diary of a Constipated Artist’ is an attempt to share the trials and tribulations of a practising artist who is going through an identity crisis. Am I a painter, sculptor, illustrator, designer, video artist, writer, researcher or could I become a performance artist?