https://www.refused.space/ This online showcase offers a glimpse of a diverse range of work of exceptional quality from University of Suffolk’s BA (Hons) Fine Art 2020 graduating students. Outcomes that are the result of the students’ hard work and willingness to challenge […]
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Artist Naomi Incledon stages her Land Art exhibition in digital format to combat lockdown
My endeavours to reduce my carbon footprint
Poetry Theme is emotions
Misbehaving Bodies Jo Spence & Oreet Ashery at the Wellcome Trust I first became aware of Jo Spence’s work when a first year student in Nottingham. Having left London due to a chronic pain condition or two, I had […]
What a time to be alive, my friends! Shinichi Sawada Untitled (72), 2018. Photo by Ellie Walmsley, from JenniferLaurenGallery.com The internet was not around when I was just a grubby urchin clambering through the rock pools of Hunstanton, […]
Overarching theme is TEA, transitional theme is 1998 visit to The Gambia. I am producing an artists book in the form of a hand built tea caddy complete with teabags containing artwork.
This blog is written by the participants of the Sky Above the Scene project’s mentorship programme.
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This is my first blog post so I thought I would start with this – standing in front; my Degree show; on repeat; photo art; keep it moving.
Sand painting on mdf
Sand painting, sun setting behind Darwen Market.
This painting was made with raw material of different colour of sand i have mix my self, by using agrilyc and water paint to mix the sand.
This art installation comprises 28 personal stories from volunteers from each of the European union member states. in the UK “I try to accentuate the human factor” by embroidering in English and native language, their personal story.
A project blog documenting the ambitious (and possibly ridiculous) attempt to grow a meadow in a gallery space in 8 weeks!
Past A Level work, which I might develop and explore again in the future.
Last Tuesday, I had the pleasure of going to the sculpture department’s 2nd year show. Their private view was a great success. I felt like a proud big sister. Everyone’s work was of such a high standard, and the set up […]
1 week to go before putting up my degree show! I don’t graduate until July, but I feel like my time as a student will be finished next week. It’s such a strange feeling. I don’t know how I feel […]
While attending an art college at Carmarthen School of art, I have access to lots of different art departments. One of which I use quite regularly. The photography department. Getting my work photographed in a white studio with professional lighting […]
Recently I applied to an open call for artists from itsliquid group and I was invited to show my work in at THE ROOM contemporary art space in Venice for an exhibition called ‘Visions – the garden of liquid identities’, which […]
At the start of my current project, I played around a little with the idea of using food in my art practice. I’ve played with food before as seen here. It was a lot of fun but I’m unsure if […]
Yesterday myself and 3 other sculptors were asked to be a part of this year’s Coleg sir gar’s stand at New Designers 2018 along with the college’s ceramicists. The ceramicists did all of the fundraising to pay for the stand so we’re […]
Recently I’ve been exploring making domestic objects useless as their intended purpose. I’ve had lots of fun with the project so far and I still have more work to come, but this has been a new way of working for […]
I’m slowly figuring out what exactly it is that I want to convey through my work. I’m finding it difficult because I work quite intuitively with materials, so I tend to reflect on what it is I’m trying to say […]
Something I’ve been really considering with my work this term is how to display pieces. My degree show is coming up really fast and it’s forcing me to consider different ways to display my work. For this piece in particular […]