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Studio still life

My latest series of work is focusing on interiors and objects – specifically my studio and my home. So far I have been looking at my studio but to be honest, I’m not really sure what I’m doing. I’ve been […]

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Yet we are homeless

‘Yet we are homeless’ — Monday 5th February 2018 Hackney Wick – Hertford Union – chalk marker pen on glass

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Tim Ellis - Eraser in forground, Kelly Chorpening drawing behind.
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A History of Drawing

The new Camberwell Space inaugural exhibition A History of Drawing on the practice and teaching of drawing at the College for over 80 years.

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Toto the dog at an auction
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A Blog about Professional Development MENTORING

This Professional Development Bursary was for mentoring from curators to help me develop and contextualise my practice within current curatorial thinking. Aiming to examine and reflect on my work and make future plan for the direction of the work and potential outcomes.

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Home is now

Home is now — Monday 22nd January 2018 Mile End – Regent’s Canal – chalk marker pen on glass

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Getting back to basics

Design is an integral part of the basketry course and our design tutor Louise Baldwin (a textile artist) has expertly led us through basic development stages from mark making through to planning of final projects. Louise is very good at […]

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New Art West Midlands 2017

A long overdue post… After completing my Graduate residency at AirSpace Gallery, and working on my work for a while, I decided to take the plunge and apply for New Art West Midlands 2017. I did not feel confident enough […]

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Work on show in St Ives, Cornwall.

I have some work on show in the Anima-Mundi winter exhibition in St Ives at the moment. The piece shown here is called ‘Margate Imperialists 1930s’.  It is about the size of A4 and is drawn with silver on gesso […]

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Making it Public

The Thought for Food a-n professional development bursary was in part allocated to curatorial feedback and with a growing body of work, the time is now right to gain some feedback. For me, this is a vital part of the process, I […]

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Intent

Intent: September 2017 My practice has been challenging epistemological questions, investigating how perception and experience can be rendered through drawing; my investigations thus far, which have focused on the layered language of line, serve as my starting point for the […]

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Art-based Mindfulness Experience, from Me, to You

A Mindfulness Exercise, Written For You Epistemological philosophers have been theorising upon how we know for a very long time. Over the coming minutes I invite you to see how I see, and reflect on the type of experience that […]

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Woods to Where Else: workshop day

Had a wonderful day in The Kings Wood last week with fellow Woods to Where Else artists. It was such a luxury to participate in a workshop rather than organise, deliver or run one! So we were out in the woods thinking about […]

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Metal Point Drawing Experiment

I wanted to explore making drawings using tarnish from metal objects.  Silverpoint drawings have a beautiful, delicate quality to them, and also cannot be erased in the same way pencil can.  I decided to experiment with making basic marks onto […]

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Still Köln

If you remember, I’ve been working with Jutta Vollmer at Kölner Graphikwerkstatt. I have come with a second idea in mind. We will draw on both sides of a piece of paper and manipulate, fold or cut the paper to create a […]

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DYS PH ASI A

“Folklore and hearsay fascinate me, how the myths and legends of the past affect our world today. I love telling stories that hover somewhere in the hinterland between fact and fantasy, whilst scratching at the surface of a truth. My […]

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  • Archive
  • Venue:
    Canolfan Maenofferen - Blaenau Ffestiniog Library
  • From:
    November 14, 2017
  • To:
    January 12, 2018
  • Location:
    Wales
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Ode to Köln

Just returned from a week of collaborative exploration in Köln. Kölner Graphikwerkstatt is the most conducive workshop I have ever worked in. On the edge of the city centre, the building is old with three windows across the front and […]

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The Everyday

Most days whilst I’m working on a study, I often get asked ‘Why biro?’, and honestly? I’m not too sure. I’ve been drawing with biro pens for the last 5 years, and I find it utterly satisfying looking back on […]

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Circle

Circle — Tuesday 7th November 2017 Little Venice – Grand Union Canal – chalk marker pen on glass

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Presenting at Drawing Conversations 2, Coventry University

Very excited and somewhat nervous at the prospect of presenting a paper about the project and video at Drawing Conversations 2: Body, Space Object, at Coventry university in December. Having been out of academia for a while, I am getting up […]

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What have we forgotten

What have we forgotten — Tuesday 31st October 2017 Westbourne Park – Grand Union Canal – chalk marker pen on glass

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