How on earth to continue a practice with no income??? Dealing with financial abuse and neglect.
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My artwork is made for exhibition, and usually carries a message about the human condition, our strengths and weakness. I know that making work is interesting for me, and for those who frequent the galleries which have exhibited my fibre […]
A new international project I’m trying to initiate with Catrine Gangsto for Peace Painting http://www.peacepainting.org/om/
to encourage artists to “keep going”
During May I’m taking part in Brighton Festival’s artist development residency which enables a group of mid-career artists to intensively engage with the Festival, attending nearly 40 festival events. I’ll try to record some thoughts about this extraordinary experience here.
My artistic endeavors and humble opinions, sometimes a bit on the rambling side. Blogging from Malaysia until March.
Based in the North West, I create both art and practical pieces in my small tailor made studio. I have always had a great interest in our historical past and I take the inspiration of the old Celtic designs of our ancestors and add them to my work. www.celticearthpottery.co.uk
This series of six posts explores my adventures through the light filled summer days of Iceland, close to the Arctic circle.
All the latest from the studio of experimental painter Mark Edmonds
Throughout 2017 I will be making new artworks and creating engagement opportunities responding to this unique architectural relic. This blog reflects on the ideas in my application and my initial responses to this unique residency opportunity within this iconic London landmark.
An exploration of the Riverside House site in Stourbridge, West Midlands, a derelict 19th Century iron works.
I have been selected through an application process to exhibit at Collect Open, Saatchi Gallery 3rd – 6th February 2017. To make this large installation work I have received an Arts Council ‘Grants for the Arts’ Award. Follow my works progress in this blog.
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.
My account of the transition between academic years as an art student and dealing with the uncertainty that comes with that transition. The process of managing not knowing.
Observing and recording the everyday, the landscape changing constantly, my journeys through each day present new experiences for me to note and capture: moving images; macro images; moments in time. All inspiring me to reiterate through my work, using video, […]
Tracing progress through final year of BA (Hons) Fine Art at York St John University.
A catalogue of my journey of discovery through BA Fine Art degree studies.
With so much going on in the world at the moment its important to remember the causes that really matter… and there’s a lot of them so I was really pleased to donate a piece of artwork for my friend […]
The local golf course has been sold. It is an area of land in transition and I am watching what happens there.
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The Lubomirov Angus-Hughes Centre for Contemporary Curation is proud to announce a solo show by Mark Woods curated by Vanya Balogh following his participation at the 56th Venice Biennale and the Gerwerbemuseum, Winterthur, Switzerland. The centre is located in 26 […]
Notes on art and life from a Londoner living in Copenhagen.
Polysemous, polymorphous, polygamous, polyester…. a lament to poly. Poly, poly, poly. www.prefixpoly.com
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Acrylic and ink on acrylic perspex.
New painting by artist Alexandra Francis.