Welcome. This is my little Internet space where I shall be prioritising all the updated information on our recent commission by Sandwell Arts in Queen’s Square project, which has been funded by Arts Council England, in association with The Public […]
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Cerbyd is unique in its’ aim to link artists with specialist community groups across Wales through travel, activity, collaboration and dialogue. The project will enable 10 selected artists to get to know eachother while making creative responses to their country […]
Ba Fine Art, Year three, final module
Can I create an animation through printmaking? A residency at the Thelma Hulbert Gallery is starting me off on this. Their exhibition ‘Crafty Animators’ show artists working in some beautiful ways with the medium.
As a print based artists i find that i’m constantly seeing, thinking, planning and writing. Having graduated in the summer of 2009 I’m starting this blog as a way to develope ideas and express my thoughts outloud and inspire a […]
Setting up an artist led, performance action specific studio and event space; this is a place of action. What has been, what will happen, performance action NOW. ]performance s p a c e [ is formed of Associate Artists Bean, […]
Working in collaboration with Onebeech garden design, Steve Papps and writer Jackie Bennett we are creating a concept garden for the 2011 International Festival des Jardins at the Domiane de Chaumont sur Loire,France. The garden is called the takeway garden […]
I am a multimedia 3.d. artist and have decided to keep this blog to track my progress towards an exhibion I am taking part in at the end of march. As yet I have no new work to show and […]
This is a blog of the Creative Lab residencies at the CCA in Glasgow. We’ve asked the artists involved to share their thought processes via this blog. Kate V Robertson kicks things off with her work in progress.
An exploration into creativity…wanting to give and share an unique experience…already, slightly concerned. Feedback is always welcome.
Does anyone read blogs – how do I get your attention. Should I put these things in my work – will it get everyone’s attention and me in the papers and pay my mortgage – please let me know.
Miss B’s Salons are regular discussion events chaired by Ruth Beale (Miss B) that bring together invited groups of artists, curators and interested parties to present and discuss their work and selected topics. They are frequently private and by invitation […]
What happens when siblings who get on really well in general but argue (let’s be frank here) frequently about art decide to confront their differences for a joint exhibition? Through a process in which my sister and I make work […]
Studying for Fine Art BA (Hons) based in Wirral and accredited by John Moores University in Liverpool.
BA Fine Art
Helen Scalway is an artist who works using drawing to investigate pattern and place. She has just completed a residency project with the V&A and Royal Holloway, London University. In 2007 and 2008 she held residencies at The Drawing Centre, […]
99 Paintings from a personal archive of photos. With accompanying blog! www.rylandart.com
I am an artist working in Narberth, Pembrokeshire. I have an exhibition at the Queens Hall, Narberth in March 2011. Approximately 6 months away I plan to document the preparatory work on this blog. Dr J Beau & Mr H […]
I was selected to participate in a four-week artist residency at the 501 Artspace in Chongqing, China. I have written this blog as a way of documenting the experience and what happens after the residency when you get back? This […]
Contemporary Fine Art student based in Nottingham involved in a number of curatorial projects.
The journey I am taking as someone who has enjoyed creating for years but has started to make his work available for others to see. Collaborations and many other projects are in the works, so will keep this updated with […]
Artists from St Helens have come together to address the lack of affordable, accessible, studio spaces in the town. Highs and lows from the group’s inception and along their journey towards more space for art in this North-West town.
Fine Art (Painting) – Final Year, Bath School of Art and Design
I’m a recent BA fine Art graduate, my work deals with my own body and personal identity.
Artists Anna Francis, Kate Lynch and Katie Shipley are collaborating on a new project in Stoke. Using QR codes to create a tour of Stoke town. We will be using this blog to record the process of the project.