As an emerging artist I sometimes find it difficult to maintain my practice. Jobs, financial security and a social life constantly cause various distractions. Previously I have always kept my practice simultaneously to everything else I do, allowing inspiration to […]
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Vilnius is a 2009 European Capital of Culture and Artothlon, a reality show for artists, will run for six weeks over the summer. I’m in it, along with 15 others from Lithuania and abroad. Here’s a record of the project, […]
Liverpool Carters (the last men to have worked with the teams of dock horses) needed an expert equine sculptor Judy Boyt was the obvious choice. Her Liverpool brief was to design and sculpt a life size statue to commemorate the […]
I have been selected to work on 3 residencies over the next year in the UK, Poland and Finland. You've heard about Capitals of Culture? Cornwall wants to be a European Region of Culture. My first residency in Poland starts […]
I have been invited to present a solo project this August 09 at the recently launched NOID gallery on 31 commercial road. In an era of intimate relationship to objects and ownership the ‘Building my Library’ reflects linear processes of […]
Last month I received the good news; I have been selected as an Escalator Live art artist. An Arts Council East scheme, Escalator supports the development of regional artist. Comprising selection and then GFTA proposal to realise the identified development […]
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A collaborative project between myself and Dot Howard, kindly supported by an's New Collaborations Bursary. We have formed a new collective for artists making site-responsive or durational work, including sound. We're based in Norwich and looking for members. Visit http://otherotherother.wordpress.com […]
"Inside Out" May 2009 follows the highly successful Inside Out May 2008 Exhibition held in the village of Llanarmon Dyffryn Ceiriog.
I'm using this blog to help myself move on with my creative practice, and to record my progress.
This blog is here to follow the development of my artistic practice and also Tether activity, which ranges from collaborative group projects and exhibitions at The Wasp Room gallery. It is likely to be very banal and not disclose too […]
This blog documents my process this year of researching and developing new, live work based on two pilot projects; ‘The Loom; from Text to Textile’ (2005) a live, textile installation and ‘Mother to Mother’ (2006), a participative online Garden of […]
Ba Fine Art – Multidisciplinary course seemingly focussing more on the idea than the medium – an opportunity to delve into all manner of ways of making work whilst interrogating interests and contexts, the criticality of these two being the […]
I have been the Artist in Residence at the John Henry Newman School in Stevenage since September 2008. I have been spending the time developing my own practice as well as running art sessions for the staff and pupils at […]
This project aims to explore who we are, where we’ve come from and where we’re going – as individuals and as communities. Specifically looking at how work patterns have changed from the 20th to the 21st century. http://www.ourworkinglives.org
MA in Fine Art – sculpture
I am attempting to create a proposal for the East/West project, over a course of two weeks, during which I will be using various forms of research and developing an idea(s).
it's an undergraduate programme in Fine Art. The course has been going through some evolution prior to my joining the course, and the course continues to become rewarding under leadership from an experienced educator.
This residency offers me a free studio space at the newly renovated Harrington Mill Studios. The one year residency sponsored by Erewash borough council in conjunction with the University of Derby and Harrington Mill Studios is a unique opportunity for […]
BA Fine Art (Hons) accredited by Liverpool John Moore's University.
The children have both started at school, giving me hours of creative time a week; the computer business I started, to make ends meet, now makes a reliable profit; many of my friends have forgotten that I was ever an […]
Group exhibition at the STEW Gallery Space in Norwich featuring the work of 12 graduates (most of whom are NUCA MA Graduates). It was decided that the show would be called "WET" in reference to the Gallery's location next to […]
The road from amateur artist to professional artist is a somewhat precarious and intimidating process. In this blog I aim to discuss my experiences of the journey and invite other artists on the same road to share their experience of […]
Final year of 3 year BA (Hons) Fine Art degree course
A blog detailing my time not spent in the Antarctic. www.alexpearl.co.uk http://notantarctic.blogspot.com/