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Humanising…

Humanising…
Bringing together a group of refugees and asylum seekers showing their their vulnerable side within an exhibition.

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Bid Writer

This role will play a key part in helping clients achieve their aims in the context of a post-Covid, ever changing funding and cultural landscape. Our clients often approach us at times of transformation, new direction and change – as they look to new audiences and communities.

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Marwan Kassab Bachi

Marwan’s practice is said to be defined as a continual process of internal burrowing. That impulse to locate and translate an inner state of being ties together a neo-expressionist perspective on the healing properties of art and painting. Marwan’s work […]

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Untitled blog post from "Barometer/Baromedr"

‘The Gift’ detail Painted for the 70th anniversary of Snowdonia National Park (2021) Often, painting with a philosophy to explore means separating the elements out to manage ideas. When re-reading about colour theory and the Impressionists painters these two paintings […]

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HERE/THERE

My practice focuses on the parameters of the ‘object’ and the multiple purposes and sentimental readings objects can possess. In this new body of work I pose questions around object worth, acts of mass production and duality of purpose within […]

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Funding & Ethics

Part of the reason that I began a daily drawing practice was in anticipation of a project for which I’d applied for funding. I heard over the weekend that I’d failed to secure it. One of their reasons for refusing […]

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Monster Under the Bed

This week for the first time in months I managed to set aside a whole day for my practice. Having not had a chance to paint for so long it felt like loosening rusty joints, with screeches, squeaks and scrapes […]

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Hindsight and Foresight

Suitable for the backwards/forwards looking nature of January, I’ve titled the painting completed last week ‘Hindsight’. Here’s a better quality photo of it (taken with both daylight and studio lighting) Looking forward, I’ve created a new series of images to […]

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Untitled blog post from "Keeping It Going"

Time waits for no one… So many people who write blogs start their posts with references to time – how much time has passed since last writing, how inconceivable it is that it’s been so long and so on. I […]

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Secret Fractures – Art as Self-Harming

Secret fractures – Art as Self-Harming Why do I sometimes let my emotions get the better of me? For the same reason I let it rain last Tuesday. Robert Brault Life had given me lemons – in the form of a bitter-sweet […]

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The Reckless Chisel

Tracking studio progress (not just carving) frequent distractions (not just Art) and ongoing ruminations on the ‘why’ of creativity (not just process).

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Cover Artist/ Illustrator Placement

Create the cover art for Writeresque Literary Magazine that is visually appealing and in keeping with the magazine’s ethos and theme of the given issue.

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Another return to blogging.

Spurred on by seeing my friend, Amy starting a blog, I’m coming back yet again. My new garden studio lies unused. Cocooned until the warmth of the sun allows me to linger more than the odd few minutes when I […]

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HERE/THERE

Here/There is an exhibition by artist Charlotte Dawson, containing pieces developed during Abingdon Studios’ 2020 Work/Leisure residency and produced remotely in her Sheffield-based studio. The exhibition ties both locations together through a body of work that utilises the forms of […]

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The Drawing Year

The Drawing Year is a full scholarship postgraduate-level course offering up to thirty students the opportunity to focus on drawing from observation for one academic year. There are no tuition fees for The Drawing Year and all students receive a free studio space.