Starting a new series of prints at InkSpot today….using the haw and some figures scanned from etchings. Figures amongst trees, or in sheltered areas of the landscape have been a thread in my practice from the very beginning. A more […]
Notebooks and ideas gathering on the studio table
The wind drawings are part of the on-going Mourning Stone Project https://www.a-n.co.uk/blogs/the-mourning-stone-project/ and a collaborative drawing research project Touching The World Lightly http://blogs.brighton.ac.uk/ttwl/ they began on a windy holiday in 2013 and re appeared in the Mourning Stone project in a different guise.
Chalk dust figures have begun to creep in amongst the stains and trees, gathering on the ideas shelf….it seems natural for them to reappear, and I am glad to see them.
Emily Jolley, Tania Rutland, Jenny Staff, Anna Twinam-Cauchi and myself are working towards an exhibition at Worthing Museum and Gallery in June 2019. Our focus is Cissbury Ring and I have been up there walking, idling amongst the Gorse, picking […]
Wind Drawing, Witterings A selection of wind drawings were taken to the KHIO Gallery Seilduken Gallery in Oslo in January 2019 as part of the Touching the World Lightly research week exhibition. TtWL is a collaborative practice based research project […]
The marks from the weather-rings drawings have been finding their way into my prints, along with the low tech drawing machines that Jane Fordham and I made for the Year of Drawing.
A selection of drawings from a series of ‘books in a day’. These images come from a book of weather and are connected in spirit to the wind drawings that I have been making since 2014.