Venue:Bridport Arts Centre Foyer and Arts Cafe
Date:December 23, 2014 at 10:00 AM
Location:South West England
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This is the sort of project I love; concerns from my existing practice colliding with an external provocation (in this case, to respond to the collection of Maidstone Museum) to trigger a new idea. I’ve chosen to re-imagine what a […]
This latest work has grown out of my art that has essentially gone wrong. When tidying up my studio I came across a few medium sized blank canvases. In an ‘experimental, waste not, want not’ kind of mood, I spray […]
Organically grown research, composition of growing parts, decomposition of all relation. Empathy and respect
Tales of the pretty much expected….and sometimes not
One night a couple of weeks ago my hands seemed half mine, half other, their tops as I knew them, but my palms hurt badly and felt as large as a giant’s: not swollen but grown or grafted on, and one with […]
” All religions, nearly all philosophies, and even a part of science testyfy to the unwearying, heroic effort of mindkind desperately denying its contingency” Jacques Mondo
Vanitas are a style of still-life painting originating from the Netherlands in the early 17th century that bring together objects together objects that symbolise the inevitability death, the transience of life, and the vanity of achievements or pleasures. My piece […]
I have received funding from the Arts Council for a Magna Carta art project which will be touring England next year. The four-piece collage highlights the key women & men that have had an impact on British women over the last 800 years & commemorates the 800th year anniversary.
The folded series: a group of paper, origamiesque work, critiqued: Intrigue Simplicity Sculptural Quirkiness An object interrupting its own form Spectatorial gaze unfettered by any barrier Eye’s focus denied a single point of stability Folded form and colours hinting at […]
An investigation into edgelands, non-places and spaces traversed on the way to somewhere else. How can film be used to create collages about such places and how can the limitations of the camera influence what is captured?
Melinda Gibson, Photomontage XVI, (taken from pages 133,169,196), mixed media, 74.5x91mm, 2009-11.
Flora Parrott, Pressure In/Pressure Out (detail), hand-beaten copper and honey, 60x60cm, 2009.