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BA (Hons) Fine Art University of Suffolk
Final year blog for the BA (Hons) Fine Art at University of Suffolk.
Create a box that describes your current practice
A blog documenting my thought process and work throughout my last year at University of Suffolk, studying for my BA Fine Art. The focus of my work being on culture, identity and printing.
the account of a journey towards a Doctorate and towards fulfillment as a practising artist
Exhibition evaluations. Putting into context works, interactions and experiences.
Submission Day is here!
Never know really what to say for a blog or have the greatest communication with words. That what drives me insane with my dyslexia. I know how to write critically or how to go on with a review explaining and […]
CCTV. The Human. Absurdist and what ever else takes my fancy the summer starts now. A summer of Visual Research.
I have been completing a few paintings the last couple of days and am very happy with them. I have continued using mud as a medium. I have been making the most out of the sunny warm weather by painting […]
Running the race with endurance.
The Wife of Bath sighed as she realised that whichever way you looked at it, it was all about lust
This blog will document the live art I create at Spurn and my experience of the environment. Focusing on the ‘psycho-geography’ of the place I aim to explore all aspects of my surroundings, natural and synthetic.
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Botanical inspiration for synthetic sculptures
Small sculptures made with found litter at Spurn
monochromatic studies investigating how a 3D object is transformed on a 2D surface
Practice.work done and work in progress
Final piece for Semester 1 Botanical project
Second Year Fine Art student- Hull School of Art and Design
Leaving various materials outside capturing the traces left behind by nature meant that the next step for me was to capture the traces we leave behind in nature. I went to a local meadows in Sudbury, Friars Meadow, and took […]
Beginning an abstract painting is easy. Find a space and surround yourself with a variety of exciting materials and tools, prepare the ground and make a start. What then follows is a bewildering sequence of challenges which come at you from every conceivable angle.
I’m currently in my third year of a Fine Art degree at University Campus Suffolk.
My work mainly consists of portraiture. I take a lot of my own photographs before making my work, and my subjects are mainly friends and family and myself.
This blog explores the journey of my third year as a Fine Art student and UCS.
To live is to move. How we move embodies our past and creates our future.
Over the last year and a half, my work has evolved from painting landscapes with acrylics to using mud as a medium of portraying the landscape. At first I applied the mud as a literal portrayal but soon established it […]