Marcus Clarke is making available to Schools a range of new puppet making workshops at a daily all inclusive fee of £560 £4.66 per pupil.
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My research and response to Plas Bodfa, Anglesey, exploring the techniques of Victorian Cross Stitch. Part of the Plas Bodfa History Project. I am one of the artists selected to create work for the upcoming exhibition at the house.
I have been away from working on my own work for awhile and a lot has changed plus the issues due to the pandemic
Bringing together a group of refugees and asylum seekers showing their their vulnerable side within an exhibition.
Tracking studio progress (not just carving) frequent distractions (not just Art) and ongoing ruminations on the ‘why’ of creativity (not just process).
An exhibition of paintings and drawings on show at the Ashcroft Arts Centre, Fareham. Hampshire. Runs until 25th February!
Fairy Stories Lost Child Hoods at Mansfield Library Gallery from 13th Jan ‘22 information and regular updates
Latest news from the studio
A place to log images – mostly oil paintings – and the thinking that drives (and emerges) from them.
Pictures taken for my Jewellery project on Light and Nostalgia
A continuing project about artist interpretation through the media of clay
I’ve called this blog ‘I draw’ because my art-work is centred on Drawing. I am an artist from Margate.
Very happy to be included in the seasonal exhibition ‘Scion’ at Cupola Gallery. Open daily until Christmas, the exhibition runs until 8 January (plus extra thanks to Cupola for the photo)
Collaboration between artists Michaela Nettell and Robert Worley to make and studio test a collection of hinged glass pyramids inspired by Cedric Price’s visionary design for the Snowdon Aviary at London Zoo. The objects are envisaged both as props for […]
If the general definition of a ‘weed’ is taken to be ‘a plant in the wrong place’ or ‘a plant growing where it is not wanted’, what then is the right place for a plant to grow? Project: The Ragwort […]
Introducing seven new podcast episodes out now
This blog will gather images and musings related to 7 monthly conversations which are set to commence in January 2022.
This blog might be a goodbye tribute, perhaps it serves as a way of coming to terms with change because of a new ecological experiment in my local woodlands in a very important woodland SSSI site close to where I live. This is a place I know extremely well with a changing future.
In Spring 2022 I will be the Artist in Residence along the 500km Lycian Way, an ancient trail around Turkey’s Aegean Coast. I will be accompanied by Emincan Alemdaroglu of COMMENTARIVM (Producers of the project), a film maker, and a sound artist.
How to make a fencing manual in a pandemic.
Multi-Award Winning Laura I. Art Gallery CIC is pleased to invite you to our Annual Benefit Online Silent Auction and celebrate the end of a successful year of programms.
The sweeping clusters of lines and shapes push and pull our view across the picture plane. Standing in front of this huge painting is like experiencing the force of a hurricane.