How the river flows in and out, how we use this in our industry and how it feels when we swim.
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My first blog concerns the Thames lighters sunken near St.Peters Flat in Essex.
How they change over time, how the sea changes their form, function and appearance.
Hi. I have a situation I am seeking a bit of advice on. My mother Amelia Hastings (now deceased) was a professional artist and many years ago was commissioned by Rohald Dahl to do a portrait of his daughter who […]
In my next open studio I want to put out work for handling by visually impaired visitors – 3D work that can be held in the hands, worked in concrete, wood and tagua. Does anyone have any suggestions as to […]
(The above images are my illustration of the Catacol Whitebeam alongside the Herbarium Specimen from Royal Botanic Gardens Edinburgh) The Catacol Whitebeam the most endangered plant species in Britain, with only one or two living specimens known, and although it […]
The above image shows the notes that I made in the Crit that we had yesterday – which was extremely helpful, productive and affirming for me. Crits are an area that I felt that I have really grown in this […]
In time for the Level 5 and 6 crit yesterday, I was experimenting with different exhibition layouts – baring the works of Susan Hiller very much in mind whilst working on this. Hiller’s layouts were very inspired by the objects […]
Two days ago, I finished my pen and ink drawing of the Catacol Whitebeam (Sorbus pseudomeinichii). This was the first drawing from my final list of Endangered Plants, and (as I said previously) therefore I felt a certain amount of […]