Why aren’t there female leaders who identify as neuro-divergent in the arts and academia? Who are the gatekeepers? What needs to change?
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These latest ceramic pieces are inspired by my fascination for the elements- Wind, water, fire… I am a huge fan of Chinese healing medicine, taoism and the shamanic practice of ancient China. They share the same principles. That are the […]
Introduction to a new practice pilot project.
As a twenty-year-old working-class lad from Hull, I looked into a mirror in the back bedroom of my parent’s council house and drew myself (above). Capturing a moment in time with a simple pencil. It wasn’t bad. It showed some […]
A research project funded by A-N Artist Bursary (2019).
Above image: object/detail from installation, ‘as small as the world and as large as alone.’ shown at Project78Gallery, St Leonards on Sea, 2019
8 years ago my life crashed. I’ve been rebooting ever since. Just about coming on line again now, logging in, ready to get to work.
As a teaching artist, I am always looks for ways to improve the quality of their drawing and painting skills, as well as their well-being.
This blog is part of a series of posts documenting my experience on Essential Digital Skills for Museum Professionals, a Mu.SA (Museum Sector Alliance) course. Mu.SA is an EU network of museums and cultural organisations. Over the next eight weeks, I […]
A Technical Report on Drawing as Octochronoplasmantic Evidence || Meta-Neuronic Design for Impossible Theatres
A continuation of my theme “Resistance in the face of Aggression”, these pieces are based upon nuclear bunkers, primarily the Secret Bunker in Fife, Scotland which I visited and took sketches and photographs as the basis of my paintings, which are all oil on canvas.
This post is about an interdisciplinary event held last October at the Social Genetic and Developmental Psychiatry, KCL. It enacts and is part of #MagicCarpet, an Unlimited Commission funded by ACE, and aims to irritate prescribed notions of (an)normality and wellbeing.
As an artist, photographer, writer or creative entrepreneur there’s nothing we understand more through our working life than resilience. And what is this resilience?
An artist friend of mine spent Christmas in Bangkok. They wrote to me saying: “I could not get over the tension and apocalyptic nature of the street experience I have been sensing in Asia. I started to break down the […]
An artist residency at manufacturer Ritherdon & Co Ltd, taking place between Feb 2019 – Aug 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.
Using art as a form of therapy
Opportunity to exhibit give Talks and workshops. Yes yes yes it’s amazing I have recently joined Laura I Gallery London as a Gold Mind.
“ We owe the invention of the arts to deranged imaginations” wrote the essayist Saint Evermond in the seventeenth century” Breakfast at Sotheby’s -Phillip Hook 2018 Do you have to be deranged to be an Artist? I don’t think so […]
Textile Echoes: Annette Mills, Delia Salter, Jennifer Jones and Tara Kennedy are textile artists who have been accepted for a month’s residency at The Textile Centre, Blonduos, Iceland.
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I give talks on my 5 day /nights experience of making this beautiful, hardwearing rug out of lambs wool fibres – All hand made and rolled to full the fibres phew!!
” Fusing irony with allegory, Paul Chisholm creates works layered with allusions to his personal history and emotional state, subtly criticizing social and political circumstances. Utilizing his own experience as a springboard, he has built a distinctive visual language, […]
Gran Fury Read My Lips – In context now Auto Italia 2nd of October – 2nd December 2018 Wow finally a show marking the historical and political context of the AIDS crisis in the 80’s and 90’s. For the first […]
Delving into the Business of Art and How the Art world functions i’m interviewing Art Professionals trying to find out more….. First up is Brainard Carey Author, Artist and owner of the Praxis Centre an online Centre for Artists….. Please […]
Read all about it ! Highlighting my 5 best reads from last year. The Exform by Nicholas Bourriaud Forever and a day it feels like someone has been talking of Bourriaud and his theories on Contemporary Art and life, But […]
“Artists as a profession are peculiar and susceptible to suicide. The solitary nature of their work and the consequent potential for disproportionate self-doubt represent a toxic combination. Oscar Kokoschka even claimed in 1923…. it as an Artistic privilege: My work contains everything […]
Mixed media paintings using collage and acrylic paint