The vastness and remoteness of Iceland attracts me as I search to distance myself from urban speed and to get on geological time. This attempt to find a slowness that I associate with landscape is not really ‘slow’, as Iceland […]
Artist Archives - a-n The Artists Information Company
I am grateful to be supported by a Professional Development Bursary from a-n to enable me to learn new practical skills in working with textiles in order to research and test new formats of showing photographic images.
A nostalgia for a time that never really existed in the first place.
Bringing together ideas about life, death, growth and evolution, developing new printmaking skills, and putting on a show. Supported by a-n’s invaluable Professional Development bursary.
A blog documenting the work and learning I do through my Professional Development Bursary
My bursary will fund work on filming & professional editing software to make a short film about British artist Felicia Brown’s 1932 gift to her sister “Gypsy” – a tea set from Berlin.
This is a mind map of my work and my influences hopefully over this blog i aim to share my processes as well as gaining better personal insight in to my own work
I am pleased to announce my participation as an Artist in Residence with the ground breaking ‘Art In Manufacturing’ project. As part of the first ever National Festival of Making, supported by arts commissioners Super Slow Way and funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund.
This blog will document some of my experiences as one of the 38 designer/makers selected for the Crafts Council’s Hothouse programme.
about when illness drives creativity in all its eccentric forms
Somewhere to talk about being an autistic person, a professional artist and project lead.
Comparing experiences of two trips to Iceland in very different climatic conditions.
My artwork is made for exhibition, and usually carries a message about the human condition, our strengths and weakness. I know that making work is interesting for me, and for those who frequent the galleries which have exhibited my fibre […]
a month as Artist in Residence at Sumburgh Head Lighthouse & Visitor Centre
Opinion, only very slightly informed.
A new Collaboration between Sharon Campbell and Rachel Ramchurn
to encourage artists to “keep going”
ACE funded project exploring air movement and making 2d work into 3d forms outdoors.
Tracking the development of new work for the Wealden Literary Festival 2017
Based in the North West, I create both art and practical pieces in my small tailor made studio. I have always had a great interest in our historical past and I take the inspiration of the old Celtic designs of our ancestors and add them to my work. www.celticearthpottery.co.uk
This series of six posts explores my adventures through the light filled summer days of Iceland, close to the Arctic circle.
Throughout 2017 I will be making new artworks and creating engagement opportunities responding to this unique architectural relic. This blog reflects on the ideas in my application and my initial responses to this unique residency opportunity within this iconic London landmark.
Various works and projects kicking off with an exhibition in London, 2016. More details can be found on my website:
Expanded Intimacy is a new collaborative research project by artist Nuala Clooney and Kaye Winwood, Creative Producer and Honorary Research Associate at the University of Birmingham.
We aim to produce prototype, glass vessels designed to sensualise the food and drink experience