A two months production time, from a project on paper to 230 cm high outside sculpture, is agreeable a very short time. Fortunately, we can make use of modern technology to take a shortcut to the traditional process of creating […]
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A huge thank you to Nick and Jeff from CNC Polystyrene, part of Honeyring Ltd., who have kindly agreed to sponsor my piece by helping me with the 3d scan of the model and cutting it on their huge CNC […]
The drawing stage is followed by the model making. Loads. This stage helps to solve formal issues and to understand the technical challenges. It’s easier to solve these on a small scale !
Hello, I’m back. I had to concentrate on another project last week, but which does not mean that the Broomhill project remained idle. A lot of things happened. So lets start from the beginning as I promised to illustrate the […]
Hi! Over the next few weeks I’ll be keeping you up to date with the progress of Viewpoint, the work I’m proud to say that has been shortlisted for this year’s Broomhill Sculpture Prize. Viewpoint is an invitation. A single […]
About Finding objects Or do objects find us? I am interested in making visible what I sense to be present behind the surface appearance of things, by going past the obvious. Influenced by my upbringing on a farm in Germany […]
A blog giving an inside in the making of a large piece for the Broomhill Sculpture Garden. About finding objects, drawing, model making, material, trials and errors, and hopefully many happy accidents.
I’m pleased to announce that I am one of this year’s finalists in the Broomhill National Sculpture Prize. I will be updating this blog post weekly to show the progress and production of my selected sculpture.
Over the next few months I will be posting images of my developing sculpture for the Broomhill National Sculpture Prize 2015. I plan to make a steel structure that will support and display three characters: a rocky outcropping, a moss and an organism.
I am thrilled to start this blog as finalist of the Broomhill National Sculpture Prize 2015! Here I will be posting some “work in progress” images so you can see how Rock Garden is taking its shape….
As an entity that watches, or guards, ‘Sentinel’ is precisely that – a sculpture that clearly references the watchtower or guardpost, even the fantastical, yet is explicitly neither. Instead, it inhabits a scale between the architectural model and the average […]
This blog will document the creation of the sculpture ‘Sentinel’ for the Broomhill National Sculpture Prize 2015, for which I am a finalist.
Follow my progress in making ‘Viewpoint’ a new sculptural work by Alison Atkins as a finalist in Broomhill National Sculpture Prize 2015
As a finalist of the Broomhill National Sculpture Prize 2015, this blog is setup over the coming weeks to document the construct and development of the piece. It will climax with the instillation in Broomhill Sculpture Park at the end of May where the public and judges can vote.
A blog following the making of my piece for the Broomhill National Sculpture Prize