During 2018 to July 2019 I am one of ten artists working as part of a project, ‘Surrey Unearthed’ across the Surrey Hills. I am an artist and papermaker and work by walking, collecting, interacting with people and making.
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Reflections on what turned out to be rather life altering.
I have found it difficult until now to know what to write for on my coaching blog. I don’t really use social media so putting my voice online I find a tricky thing to do as I am not sure […]
An artist struggling to create art in response to the Grenfell Tower tragedy.
Reflecting on the ‘Maggie monument’ debate and commemorative arts as an artist working today
In my adolescence, I visited the artist, my father, in his London flat. There was a room designated for the studio; I could not smell turps or white spirit; I could not see a Francis Bacon tsunami licking the prosaic […]
A place for fictional fragments, museum meanderings, and artistic iconoclasm, all stored neatly as blog posts.
Most of these are (hopefully) starting points for new ideas and longer articles.
Time to start a new blog, I think. Returning to studying for my BA was wonderful even though it felt unfinished, so the MA was the logical follow-up. But now I feel it’s just up to me to push my practice into the unknown using the learning experience as a catalyst.
Art classes next to a white sand beach on the stunning island of Hoy, Orkney
The artistic, social and political challenges of working on three ceramic art projects.
A short piece on the reality of being a financially and physically challenged artist in the industrial midlands
A collaborative contemporary art project offering disadvantaged, socially excluded people the opportunity to connect, reflect, cooperate and develop agency
A research trip for a forthcoming show Good and Bad Government throws up issues ancient and modern.
For my first series of paintings this year I wanted a challenge. I wanted to document and translate scenes that contain all the forms, shapes and weather conditions of our landscape. I chose Wales as my muse. From vivid green […]
The perfect quote that took 4 years to discover
Recently I had a lovely interview with Kickstart & Inspire about life as a practicing Artist. I would like to share it with you.. #myworld What age did you fall in love with art? I don’t remember an age when […]
studio activity, February 2018.
Eunuk Lee Solo Exhibition
Going to arts development meetings cost me time and money – but can freelance artists afford not to go?
based in Dover, Kent
In 2017, I embarked on a period of professional development, so as to enhance my arts practice; at the intersection of fine art, performance art, and arts therapy. This development followed a series of performance works, made between 2013 – […]
If I could say it in words I wouldn’t create art. My Artistic Practice When I am creating a painting, my aim is to give suggestions of something similar enough to my audience so that they can ground themselves in […]
A blog about art practice and practicalities, from an artist with an interest in making her own paints from pigments chosen both for their aesthetic qualities and their role in the history of art and trade
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.
Thoughts on developing a Coaching practice