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My Face and Body become the Tools of my Trade
Keeping a schedule in lockdown
I’ve been lucky enough to be given access to a garden over lockdown – I live in a small-ish two bedroom flat on the second floor, nice views of London but no garden space. Going out onto the streets to […]
I have no clear understanding where I stop and my children begin, this is mirrored Through object in that I am the house, the kitchen, the bath, the dogs, the bitty Lego carpet and my un made bed.
This squished, slumped ceramic trophy has been on my shelf since September. It may or may not contain gold bullion. The artist made hundreds and put gold in some (and pewter in others). If I pick up my trophy and […]
I have undertaken professional development and mentoring with experts that supported me advance my arts practice. I have explored and developed my professional practice as an aquatic performer by researching business strategies with Joel Cahen, audio/visual practitioner.
When Covid strikes and that you’re already in lockdown, you’ve got no choice but to come out….
Just renewed my membership after a break of 4 years!
I’ve come a long way and hope to share my work with you all and pick up some needed tips. Thank you…
Art on a Postcard returns on 25 June with a strong line-up of beautiful mini masterpieces for its annual Summer Auction. 120 artists have produced unique original works for the auction which will raise funds for the Hepatitis C Trust.
After months of isolation we crave togetherness, yet seasonal music festivals are a no no. The Selecter, whose 2-Tone music sought to defuse racial tensions in Thatcher’s Britain, remind us of our humanity. Relevant then as now. Different media, different sides of live music.
An artist placement at manufacturer Ritherdon & Co Ltd, taking place between Feb 2019 – Feb 2020. A development from an Art in Manufacturing 2 residency for the National Festival of Making 2018. Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.
“How do you know but ev’ry Bird that cuts the airy way,
Is an immense world of delight, clos’d by your senses five?”
A blog documenting my experiences studying an MA in Multi-Disciplinary Printmaking at the University of the West of England, Bristol.
Musings from my attic studio during COVID Lockdown.
Artist response to the online presentation of the Young Rembrandt exhibition at The Ashmolean Museum Oxford June 2020
Expressive • Contemporary • Modern Art
Reflection 2nd and 3rd Mentoring (I’m confused it might only be 2nd!)
A Topsy Turvy Start and an Artist Statement
My first blog ‘Keeping It Together’ came to a natural end when I moved in to my studio. ‘Keeping It Going’ picks up where that left off. Will I be able to maintain a blog at the same time as […]
Curated by artist Colette Lilley, participants were selected who work with drawing and who are active on instagram
2020 first quarter was shaping up to be very busy in my small studio, where I have been teaching one-to-one workshops in contemporary encaustic wax for a few years.
Drawings created while walking repetitively around the outside of the house
Since so many of us globally are confined to our homes and gardens because of Covid-19 pandemic. I thought it would be an opportune time for self-reflection, hence the title, ‘Confessions of a Garden Hermit’.