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New Magical Realism

NEW MAGICAL REALISM Fia Cielen, Anton Cotteleer, Tim Dodds, Micha Eden Erdész, Jef Gysen, Evelien Gysen, Andrea Hanak, Aleksei Kazantsev, Besmir Latifi, Elke Lutgerink, Alex McLean, Warre Mulder, Anna Sokolova, Angela Stauber Curated by Micha Eden Erdész The Minories Galleries […]

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Event Exhibition

Open Studios

  • Early notice
  • Venue:
    54b/c Bute Street
  • Date:
    November 23, 2019 at 12:00 PM
  • Location:
    Wales
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Blog Post

Drawing with movement

Drawing with movement was our second session and we introduced it by looking at artists that use bodily movement to create drawings.  A record of an artists physical action. Susan Morris’ ‘Plumbline drawing’, her flicks of graphite covered thread on […]

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Blog Post

TBW drawing prize in Salisbury

I’ ve just got back from a wonderful weekend focused on drawing … First stop the opening of the Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize at Salisbury Museum. It was interesting to see all the work in a different space – mine […]

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Blog Post

Drawing in Collemacchia

I want to share some of the drawings I produced while in Collemacchia and reflect on the experience I had making them. I’ve been struggling with drawing for a while, it’s a vital part of my practice; I feel comfortable […]

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Blog Post

Slightly out of sorts

The August joint drawing session didn’t happen partly due to timetable pressure but also, with Greg unable to make it as he is so busy, I wasn’t feeling too great, though Joanna and I did make it to the park […]

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Blog Post

The Drawing Marathon – Week One

Last month, I went to the Royal Drawing School in London to take part in their 2 week Drawing Marathon. This experience was the core part of my Emergence Bursary from artist-network, Shape Arts and Disability Arts Online. This blog […]

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Blog Post

HOLDING THE FORT AND WHAT COMES NEXT

It was great to finally get the boulders installed at Holding The Fort*, but even though I had prepared myself that the work which had seemed so big in my studio would appear much smaller in its new context, it […]

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