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Oil painting of foil on window

Study of foil placed on window- exploring it’s colour and reflections, studying the way in which it can be transformed as a material.

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Residency// Three Doors Up// Cardiff

For the last few weeks I have been working in Three Doors Up, the sister space of ARCADECARDIFF creating a site specific 2D installation piece.

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Editing and Developing Film

After looking through artists work with similar themes to mine and feedback from peers I began editing and really looking into my film as a whole and how it was fitting together. As a result of this there was many […]

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Bill Viola

An artist in particular that has really influenced my work is Bill Viola. His work conveys movements and story lines in a subtle yet powerful way. The work that he creates when displaying has a strong essence of life and […]

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Film Work

when creating my film work I really wanted to focus on what I wanted to convey when creating the work. through filming and displaying the work it became clear that my theme could no longer be categorized as just movement, […]

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Gary Hill

Gary Hill is one of the artists i have been looking into that creates film work and projects the works in non-conventional ways. Hills work has inspired my own developments in terms of the way he displays his footage in […]

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Exploring Ideas and Concepts

In this project I really wanted continue my work in photography and film revolving around movement as a starting point. However this time I wanted to work more around the ideas of the movements themselves instead of the people that […]

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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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Coming of Age

I came back from Canada thinking I was a different artist to what I was, then I wasn’t quite sure how. Now, I realise it has been like a coming of age, many years too late in the traditional sense […]

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Chromogenic Prints vs Pigment Prints

Personally, I find an aesthetic appeal on the C-Prints (Fujiflex or Kodak Endura Metallic photographic paper). They are very similar to the Cibachrome that I enjoyed when I started printing years ago from the film…

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Is it Art?

Yesterday I attended the first of five day classes in Drawing and Movement at The Royal School of Drawing in London. It was a very full-on practical session where I learnt so much about drawing from the tutor, Sara Lee-Roberts. […]

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Robert Rauschenberg – Cardboard

An artist who I have briefly looked into in my studio practice is Rauschenberg, particularly his pieces made from cardboard. I decided to look at his wall structures made from cardboard when I began to collect and work onto pizza […]

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Christopher Wool

Another artist I have taken inspiration from is Christopher Wool, who is a contemporary American painter.   Best known for his paintings with large stenciled letterforms, the bold, black strokes of Wool’s text is contrasted against white backgrounds for maximum […]

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Linking my dissertation to my practice

My dissertation was titled: Roles of drawing relating to Claes Oldenburg, Christo and Sol LeWitt. “Drawing is fundamental to and the core of the artists’ and designers’ work. It is the means by which artists learn to see and understand […]

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