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NORTH EAST OPEN CALL

Middlesbrough Art Weekender 2019 (MAW19) and Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art (MIMA) seek submissions from artists based in or from the North East to exhibit work in MAW19 between 26-29 September.

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Exhibiting Botanical Essences

This July arts initiative Fronteer – which I co-founded and co-run with artist Sharon Mossbeck –  are staging an exhibition at Exchange Place Studios, Sheffield. The exhibition is entitled Botanicals and features art pertaining to the theme of botanics, all […]

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Why am I doing this?

Well, so much for blogging more regularly…. I wrote my last blog post full of excitement about exhibiting in the group show and I wanted to continue being upbeat about the Biennial, the independents and of course our exhibition ( […]

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Exhibitions and I

While to the untrained eye Perfume as Practice has seemed dormant over the last few months, in fact the opposite is true; in reality I have been spending time navigating a course of action for 2019 – securing exhibitions, sourcing […]

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Art Fairs and I

This month marked the first time in two years that Perfume as Practice was side-lined in favour of another project. But, as Scents of Our Time gathered momentum in the form of a residency, Perfume as Practice wasn’t totally absent […]

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Speeding up

My life is on fast forward again. Well is it ever anything else? So hard to say no to any opportunity and so very conscious of time running out. ‘We only have one life so use every moment’… such a […]

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Spaces for Fragrance

This week I have been fluctuating between deciding on final fragrance designs for my upcoming exhibition at Bureau and charting a course of action for my olfactive endeavours in 2019. Perhaps being constantly concerned with past, present and future is […]

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New studio!

The new studio is going ahead! Klas signed the paperwork and now we are just waiting on getting the keys*. It is fantastic and is going to make a huge difference in my life – I cannot describe how much […]

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What’s stopping you?

This week I’m taking part in a fantastic course creation challenge run by an old friend who’s been working in educational psychology. As part of my research, I wanted to ask you all this question: what’s your biggest roadblock? Is […]

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my first solo exhibition

So things have been very busy recently in the Belton studio.  Whilst it has been business as usual in regards to working as intensely as my working life permits me I have also put on my first solo exhibition.  It […]

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Make Art, Save Money

Hi everyone, I’d like to introduce you to the Make Art, Save Money Facebook group. The group’s been set up to share ideas and articles and ask questions related to saving money on art supplies and exhibitions, and cutting our overheads. Please […]

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A Fresh View

AUDIOBLOG – Please click here There’s a lovely high white corridor wall just outside our studio, and Sarah suggested I put some work up. To be frank, I could do with selling something. Not just for the money, but also […]

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Having time

Today has been spent slowly catching up on things that have been on (several) to do lists.  The summer has been a fantastic mix of trips both abroad and around Sweden, having visitors, meeting old friends, and making new acquaintances.  […]

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The reality of earning a living

  January is definitely a hibernation month.  I seem to be constantly fighting against my natural instinct to sit on the settee with a quilt over me, eat (a lot) and watch TV. Its good thing then that there has been […]

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Being innovative with spaces

People are getting creative when finding exhibition venues. The Wardrobe is an alternative project space based in the University of Northampton. The brainchild of Billy Hawes, it’s a place for artists to test ideas, develop their practice through exhibition and […]

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Reflection, planning and September’s Art Market

August…a holiday from making art – rest and recharge my batteries rather than schlep round exhibitions – work on the house to improve my environment – reflect not make – focus on the why of making with Nicola Saunderson – […]

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Packaging and sending work

Despite sending my work down to London for the exhibition, 1st class and recorded, early Wednesday morning, it still hadn’t arrived by this morning (Friday) Considering I spend a large amount of my work time with Art Handlers and couriers, […]

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The role of the curator

Tracey Emin says the process of curating isn’t just about what looks good with this or that. There must be ‘an ethos – a theory – behind it; something you want to change. For Emin, it’s about finding a way […]

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A different way of life

Looking at the departure board at Arlanda airport, we mused about where to go next. Collaborating with other artists, is not just about exhibiting in their home town, it’s about swapping cultures, lifestyles and building friendships. It was only four […]

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