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Subjective Mixtures #1 for Bloc Projects Billboard, Sheffield

2 – 30 March 2015 Liz West’s new work Subjective Mixtures #1 created in situ for the Bloc Billboard on Jessop Street, Sheffield. West explores drawing as something not confined to two dimensions. During the creation of her work, whether making […]

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Colour

A series of images investigating the subject matter of “Colour”.

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Stepping into a rainbow – and it feels like magic!

The last week has been crazy! I haven’t even had a chance to blog! On Tuesday (27th Jan) I started installing my new site-specific chromatic light work Your Colour Perception at Castlefield Gallery’s New Art Spaces Federation House on it’s […]

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2014: My Year in Review

As we all try and combat the January blues (again), I find it a useful pick-me-up to reflect on the previous year hoping that it will serve up some interesting revelation. 2014 was a productive year for me; I entered […]

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Revisting and renewing old works

On one of my previous blog posts I spoke about how I have used materials from old work to make new work. This week I am still playing with the 6 LED Light Sheets sourced from my old work Repeated […]

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The benefits of dismantling old work for reuse…

I got back in the studio last week after a busy period including my Merz Barn residency and a number of exciting commissions. I started the week by dismantling an old piece of work in order to retrieve some custom-made […]

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My art journey

This blog shows my journey in painting and art.

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Day 4 – Kurt Schwitters Merz Barn Residency

Today’s mini-project revolved around the notion of how we remember surface colours and how our eyes respond to light. Batchelor writes about the way in which we see colours as the property of the object. Even in different lighting conditions; […]

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Day 3 – Kurt Schwitters Merz Barn Residency

Firstly focusing on the preface of Batchelors The Luminous and the Grey I found the initializing of the argument to be about how and why colour exists in the world around us. “It is not the presence of colour in […]

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