I am delighted to have been chosen as one of the recipients of the AN Professional Development Bursaries 2018. This blog will act as a visual diary following the stages of exploring the relationship between image making and the 3d form within my sculptural practice.
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A place for fictional fragments, museum meanderings, and artistic iconoclasm, all stored neatly as blog posts.
Most of these are (hopefully) starting points for new ideas and longer articles.
During May I shall be traveling to New York as part of a Professional Development Bursary to attend: Open Engagement 2018, Queens Museum. Keynotes: Lucy Lippard and Mel Chin
In May 2018 I spent 12 consecutive days drawing in John O’Groats Mill. The Mill has been in the same family since 1750. The current building dates from 1901. The last corn was milled in 2001 by Magnus Houston. Inspired by […]
Travel to Tangier and Tetouan
A month-long residency in Johnson Vermont with 50+ writers and visual artists
Although The Sporting League has faded into the depths of the subconscious, we still have The Super Cup, 2018.
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.
All the latest from the studio of experimental painter Mark Edmonds
This 2018 A-n Bursary Blog will document my research visit to New York and Miami to explore the expansion of modernist architecture from Europe to the USA via Oceanliners, which often mimicked the form and design of ocean liners themselves.
A journal detailing the struggles, efforts and results of post graduate life for a would be artist.
Back in the winter I was invited to join The London Group and exhibit with them in the Waterloo Festival in June. I now need a link to its QCode label – so here is the short journey to ‘Tent’ which is my offering in ‘Nothing Endures but Change.’
This blog has been set up to document my creative journey and to give some background about my practice. More posts can be found on my blog: https://paulliptrotartist.com/pauls-art-blog/index.php 8 June 2018 – Helsinki bound – initial reflections on my trip […]
Little Forest Land Art was started in early 2017 by ceramicist Jan Griffiths and artist Adrian Mundy on land surrounding Jan’s studio in the Hampshire countryside. Turning the meadow and surrounding woodland into a place for artwork, focusing on Art in the Garden in early June.
How on earth to continue a practice with no income??? Dealing with financial abuse and neglect.
My name is Joanne Kaar.I live Dunnet village, on Dunnet Head in Caithness. With views to the village of Brough, where I grew up. The Pentland Firth and the Orkney Island of Hoy are in the distance. Earlier this year […]
‘On The Mend’ I was awarded (for the 2nd time), a craft residency in Newfoundland for the Crafts Council of Newfoundland and Labrador. Based at the Julia Ann Walsh Centre, an old cottage hospital, my temporary studio was in the […]
Coastal lichens. Bands of coloured lichens on the cliff face from below the high tide to the cliff top at Brough Harbour, Caithness. Common names: Sea tar – black sea star- tan crab eye – white sea ivory – shaggy […]
Having graduated from an MA Art Psychotherapy course at Roehampton University, and now working within the field, I still maintain an interest in what it means to be both an art therapist and an artist. The purpose of this blog […]
Fruit Routes hosted by artist activists Anne-Marie Culhane and Paul Conneally.You are invited to share ideas for individual, collaborative and institutional action towards a more sustainable life through space to imagine and reflect, walks, conversation and sharing food and drink
On this blog Liz aims to share her new ideas, research and works as well as her concerns as a full time practicing artist.
Fine Art Degree. Am in my third year. The final push!!! Enjoyed the workshops on various disciplines but now returning largely to my first love of painting. Using increased awareness of contextual and critical studies to inform what I do. […]
Past A Level work, which I might develop and explore again in the future.
Reflective blog on recent delegation to Budapest organised by a-n & Castlefield Gallery.
Image: quickly taken photo of László Haris’ ‘Blow Up, 3-4’ (1973) taken whilst browsing Saándor Szilágyi’s ‘Neo-Avant-Garde Trends in Hungarian Art Photography’
Curator Gayle Rogers reflects on the challenges of selecting work that may shock…