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in time

time to make some reflective contribution to my blog.  it’s thursday morning, there’s four us in the house. we’re all waiting on the results of a covid test made on tuesday.  one of us had the test.  since the test […]

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Job Commissions

Dazzle Walk Commissions

The Dazzle Club invites artists from across the world to lead a Dazzle Walk.

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THE DIGITAL FOREST

Grizedale Forest & Signal Film and Media with Art Fund support are launching an exciting new collaboration and opportunity for a digital artist to create a new, online participatory artwork inspired by Grizedale Forest in Cumbria.

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ING Discerning Eye 2020

The ING Discerning Eye gives artists the opportunity to showcase their work in a virtual exhibition and win a range of prizes, including the ING Purchase Prize, worth £5,000.

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Art at Waunifor Digital 2020 – online art exhibition

41 artists from West Wales showing work online to sell via direct links. Also collaborative links with art organisations. Exhibition is for 10 days, but the website and work will be live until July 2021, with opportunities for more artists to be added later.

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Suffolk Artist Studios and Hot Desking

Artist Studios, Tech and Hot Desking Space available from October 2020, on site in our iconic 1950s former post office and telephone exchange building in Saxmundham, Suffolk.

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Aaagh. Whinging. Moving on. Moving goalposts.

I am heading rapidly towards my final mentoring session. I have not achieved anything that I thought I would – yet. My goal was, and still is, to work on a body of work. Connected pieces, a series, a sequence. […]

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DSG Feature

Class of 2020: Natalia González Acosta

BA (Hons) Photography, Cambridge School of Art. “Since 2016, the Brexit referendum has caused uncertainty across the nation which has resulted in a significant increase in applications for British citizenship. ‘New Citizens’ captures Martin from Czech Republic, Isabela from Romania, […]

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speaking of pandemic

speaking of the pandmic feels like an important thing to do and to reflect a little here so in years to come we’ll look back and see what it was like. in the previous post i spoke about how i […]

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30 Paintings in 30 Days, Day 8: Magnetising Door

She’s a magnetising harmoniser whose entrance sits on a corner. Being beautifully festooned when she can be and making the most of what she has is her main wish. Her paint is bright, as are her flowers and smile. Magnetising […]

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30 Paintings in 30 Days, Day 7: Vibrant Door

Flames of vibrant energy flow from her every hinge and surface, like a pot of power at the end of a rainbow. Vibrant Door (mixed media on canvas board, 20x20cm/8″x8″) Shop: https://www.lynneforrester.com/store/p529/Vibrant_Door.html

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Job Competitions

THIS DIFFERENCE

We invite you to create a bespoke bookmark exploring your own sense of being different and how this affects you personally.

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30 Paintings in 30 Days, Day 6: Invitation Door

Plants always grow near her and people gravitate towards the inviting ramshackle warmth that her constant glow emanates. She listens, infuses with uplifting energy and they feel nurtured. ​Who nurtures her? Does she have someone to turn to? Invitation Door […]

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Online silent art auction

Delighted to be taking part in BEAT – Borough of Ealing Art Trail’s – first online silent art auction from 5-13 Sept. My lots will be two drawn portraits of Ingrid Bergman & Robert Hokum, founder Ealing Blues Festival. Browse & bid: https://jumblebee.co.uk/BEAT2020onlineauction

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30 Paintings in 30 Days, Day 5: Mossy Moments Door

It’s been almost a year of hibernation and the undergrowth has excelled in developing mossy moments over all available surfaces. She’s resolved to sit amongst the protection of those green depths – but always wears the brightest of hats to […]

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From Detroit to Enköping

Art-Shots is a staple of Supermarket art fair. Based in a kind of pecha kucha format galleries/initiatives have ten minutes to present themselves in front of ten images (each lasting one minute). First up yesterday as Detroit Stockholm where 25 […]

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30 Paintings in 30 Days, Day 4

Her beautiful brilliance is set back a little from the main hubbub of life, yet there’s no doubting her cool knowing once her blue hues catch the eye. She could be easily written off as an ice maiden unless you […]

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30 Paintings in 30 Days, Day 3

It’s been a day of turmoil in so many ways and her mind is threatening to let all those judgements take root, change her colours, make her fade. She unwinds her hair, sees a sparkling glisten in the strands and […]

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Almost all the fun of the fair!

It’s (not) that time of the year again … but it is Supermarket Independent Art Fair … well kind of! With the fair originally scheduled only a few weeks after the outbreak of the coronavirus in northern Europe it was […]

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