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Patterns and Shapes

I love the colours and patterns of the world around me. I’ve been transplanted from a tropical climate to a temperate one and bright colours and lovely warm light remind me of home.

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Now Showing: The week’s top exhibitions

This week’s selection features exhibitions, talks and projects presented via online viewing rooms, social media and other online platforms, plus newly reopened physical spaces, including: Phyllida Barlow leads the reopening of Firstsite gallery, a-n member Kerry Baldry curates an online moving image exhibition of work made within the duration of one minute by artists at varying stages of their careers, plus The Crafts Council’s bi-monthly lunchtime talks designed to support makers in their business development.

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Becoming Earthly

Since my first post in January, I have not been in a place to share my thoughts. Flourishing in my own world of reading, sleeping, drawing, writing, being with trees and other close friends ( haha, sorry couldn’t resist). Last […]

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Amy J Wilson “Divine Cosmonauts” at the Tiny Cat Gallery

This week’s solo show is by Amy J Wilson. www.amyjwilson.co.uk Instagram @amy_j_wilson In her application for the open call she said “Within the context of your Tiny Gallery the small intimate plates will blur between large commemorative merchandise and religious […]

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Class of 2020: Olive Ashford

BA (Hons) Fine Art at Kingston School of Art. “During the physical act of making within my practice visual material is distorted as it passes from one medium to the next. I might start with a photograph; this image could […]

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Conversation

Contents Insurance

Hi, I’ve recently joined the a-n, and have opened my own studio/creative space to work, sell and run workshops from. I am needing contents insurance, but not sure where the best place to go for it! Any recommendations?   Thank […]

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A room of one’s own … ?

There is something very appealing about the idea of having my own studio. I mean a studio that I do not share with someone. It would be great to have a creative space where I don’t have to think about […]

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Love after Soul Work

I’ve been re-reading Soulcraft by author Bill Plotkin. For the past three years since I last read the book I’ve worked much more on self-development, which has created a better understanding of ego, soul and spirit work. The chapters that have […]

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H.F. – Visual Episode (W.8)

Here’s Week 8: It was the last week of this R&D process. And I approached the rehearsal with mixed feelings. There was excitement. There was a bit of sadness. There was a lot of frustration. And there was some relief […]

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Job Exhibiting

Rituals and Reverence in the Everyday: Call for artworks and conversations

We are looking to make contact with artists making work or with specific existing works which engage with ideas surrounding systems of belief in contemporary culture. In particular we are interested in artworks that intersect with, or function as, religious objects.

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We’re Back!

“The purpose of art is not to produce a product. The purpose of art is to produce thinking.” (Erik Wahl) Last night, at last, The Sitting Room had the first rehearsal, in fact, first meeting of any description since the […]

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