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.
Jane Fox has been making drawings along the chalk pathways of the South Downs. Some mark time forward and time backwards as the artist moves through the landscape, and others have been made by the action of scrubbing. This work […]