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Didn’t We Believe We Were Something?

I have been busy with making more work and also jobs in the garden so I have been slacking when it comes to posting what I have done on this blog and my site. Number 10, Didn’t We Believe We Were […]

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Progress of studio work

As you can see from a previous post I started this particular piece of work like the others, and doing the same movements over and over again become boring and repetitive. So with that in mind I decided to change […]

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A double dose today

I finished off a couple of collages to my satisfaction today and there’s another that I’m “sitting with” and may also be finished. Otto Lilienthal makes a return in 8/50 Keep an eye on Otto (above). I have a soft […]

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Don’t play with your memories, dear

I have been busy with other things this week and was keen to get back into the studio yesterday and finish of some of the #Collage50 works in progress – but I started yet another one! Today I finished it […]

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Just in case you were wondering

When I started the project 50 Collages Before Christmas I knew there would be times I would be too busy to guarantee a collage each day so gave myself plenty of leeway. One of those times has been this week […]

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The first in two series

This piece, Abstract Drawings For Dummies I: The Tiny Section of My Soul marks the start of two series of work: Abstract Drawings For Dummies and 50 Collages Before Christmas. I had been adding small sections of collage into my […]

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Untitled blog post from "Degree Project"

I decided to change the size of my canvas for the piece of work, my thinking behind this is that if the viewers get close enough to the canvas that is all they will be able to see. Working on […]

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Number 6 of 50 Collages Before Christmas

I have not used such large sections of my photographs before and it’s been quite a challenge. When I did my #Collage365 project a few years back it was to do a small collage from scratch every day. I settled […]

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You Were Meant To Follow The Plan

Number 5 of 50 Collages before Christmas is “You Were Meant To Follow The Plan”. It harks back to some of the darker collages I did during my #Collage365 project a few years ago, only this one is a lot […]

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Abstract collage by David Smith
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50 Collages Before Christmas

With a history of time-based projects I have decided to commit to creating 50 collages before Christmas

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Degree Project

This is a brief description on my artwork and how it has changed over the years.

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Jesus’ Birth

  Image: ‘Jesus’ Birth’ 76cmx1m22cm (2’6″x4′) Acrylic on canvas. http://www.juliawilkinson.net  

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Event Exhibition

Miami Vice

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  • Venue:
    Transition Gallery, London
  • From:
    July 08, 2016
  • To:
    July 30, 2016
  • Location:
    London
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A touch of colour, can change a lot

I was scrolling through images upon images, of the same sort of art that i have been looking at for weeks. I couldn’t help but feel that I had became trapped, in an endless cycle of books and letters page […]

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The Beginning

After a long period of time, feeling lost, and without my comfort blanket of art school i plucked up the courage to enter the @twitrartexhibit for Foster pride charity in New York city. What an amazing experience it gave me, […]

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Abstract painting as Photograph

Gillian L-B, Brain in Flow, 2016 Artist Statement: My abstract paintings comprise millions of tiny particles (e.g. pigment, water) which run together in waves to form images which like photographs, develop to reveal something about the fluctuating frequencies active in […]

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Abstract Painting as Time Capsule

Gillian LB, Time Capsule, 2015, Ink and paint on acetate When talking about an abstract painting it is far easier for viewers to ask, and for painters to answer “how” questions than it is for either of them to discuss […]

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Twenty First Century Spiritual Art

It seems to me that the great painters of religion of the past can never be equalled, so awe-inspiring were their works. And it also seems to me that these paintings were for all time, but are not the only […]

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