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Treeline

Reflecting on the experience, New Art West Midlands really did help me continue my artistic practice after my Graduate Residency, and gave me many different opportunities however big or small. It also gave me the opportunity to work on such […]

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Getting back to basics

Design is an integral part of the basketry course and our design tutor Louise Baldwin (a textile artist) has expertly led us through basic development stages from mark making through to planning of final projects. Louise is very good at […]

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Meaningless/ful Diagrams

I’ve ummed and aahed about posting this piece of work as I can’t decide if it is an instructional sketch book piece purely for myself, or whether I might do more. I’m currently on the side of just for me… […]

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Reciprocal thoughts

On following a suggested link, from a comment on my last blog on studio space, I have discovered an artist who has some similarities with my own practice. A slight obsession with the subject of water. He seems to be […]

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Chelsea MAFA interim show
Event Exhibition

Where It Is

  • Coming soon
  • Venue:
    Triangle Space, Chelsea College of Arts
  • Date:
    January 25, 2018 at 06:00 PM
  • Location:
    London
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Start living in the UK

Hello there, I am Korean artist, and I have been the UK for five months. I am interested in Feminism and other social issues such as suicide and poor environment of artists. I would like to meet various artists in […]

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I am making a noose for myself
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I am making a noose for myself_preventing suicide performance

  I’m making a noose for myself_2012- In Seoul, there is a famous bridge, Mapo Bridge, which is referred to as the ‘Suicide Bridge’ because, tragically, many people jump off this bridge to take their lives. Personally, I do not […]

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THE SKYSCRAPER INDEX

A series of sculptures based the strange equivalence of architecture of financial districts across the world. The series examines the idea that today’s tallest towers are more than simply buildings: they represent a belief system that is ubiquitous throughout the […]

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Clare Woods, Something Bigger, 2017, Oil on aluminium, 300 x 200 cm. Courtesy: the artist and Simon Lee Gallery London / Hong Kong
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A Q&A with… Clare Woods, painter with a sculptural approach

The Herefordshire-based painter Clare Woods has developed a series of eight large-scale oil on aluminium works for her new show at Warwick Arts Centre’s Mead Gallery, reflecting an ongoing move away from abstraction towards more figurative paintings. Anneka French talks to the artist about scale, process and her photographic source material.

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New work at The Art House, Wakefield

As a result of a micro-commission myself and four other artists will be making new work culminating in a public viewing on 31 January as part of the Artwalk Wakefield event from 5-9pm. My work will be based in studio M5 at The Art […]

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Getting back into the Zone

  Went into Ipswich today to meet up with a couple of arty friends from my time at Suffolk University. We all feel the need for a good studio space. They share a studio space at the Atrium at the university […]

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New year new blog

2018 has already started to be a year of creativity and design. This has been spurred in part by my recent recovery from PTSD, using EMDR therapy. In the darkness I made myself a vow, to shine a light on what I do. So, my first commission heads to its new owner this afternoon.

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