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January 2019 Monthly Review

In this January review I touch on what exhibitions I am reading, what I am doing in my practice currently and what we are reading in our artists reading group. January inspiration  included the exhibition by Chiharu Shiota installation at […]

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Artists Block?

Seem to have lost the will to paint. Help !!!! Lots of this going on After my friend, Sarah got us a date to show at The Garage Gallery in Aldeburgh,plus I was accepted at a local Gallery, am preparing […]

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A month in the Outback

Just got back from a month in Manilla, NSW Australia. Even the locals were complaining of the heatwave we had. Intended to paint but my brain was frying and the most I could manage was a series of small watercolours. […]

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Shed talks

the second Shed Talk – a loose group of alumni from Suffolk University, took place last night. Good to meet new like-minded friends and former fellow-students. We’re an eclectic mix. It’s made me realise that I simply have to get […]

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Paris, August

Paris, August This comprehensive catalogue retraces the important moments in the history of 19th century art. Its original presentation brings to life the paintings of the Orsay Museum collection, namely. – The history of the major movements in painting from […]

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Ebony and Ivory

Ebony and Ivory This project focuses on the effect and the invert of the black and white images, by using Adobe Photoshop to help me make this possible, and I have focus on recreation, by using the subject matters that […]

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Natural Forms (Part 7)

In an earlier post (post 5) I briefly talked about wanting to create the feeling of awe that we feel when we look upon nature’s beauty. Personally for me the natural world blows me away, from caves and senotes to […]

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#2: Travels of Sketches – Lust for Life and Van Gogh

Lust for Life  Release date: 17th September, 1956 Distributed by: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Over my summer break, I have took an interest in watching this film, based on the 1934 novel of the same name by Irving Stone (1903-1989), and it focuses on […]

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Change over Time (Post 6)

One of the ideas I like within my work is that the image or sculpture, lets say creation will continue to change over time. Unfortunately as the creator this is not always something you get to see through to fruition. […]

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Elements from the Earth (Post 5)

(Image of stalagmites taken from racqworld.com,https://racqliving.com.au/outdoors/what-are-stalactites-and-stalagmites/) One of the things I am currently experimenting with is different ways of replicating not just the physical of natural formations like stalagmites but I also want to try and convey some of the […]

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Alchemy – Using change as representation (Post 4)

Using change as representation is not as simple as it might seem, many people use objects or materials to represent meanings within their work e.g using news paper print within a work might represent the politics within piece. or using […]

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Alchemy – Decay/ breaking down (post 3)

One of the key aspects about all of my work is that in my mind at least, a piece of work should keep evolving. while creating most people accept that part of the creative process is changing something from one […]

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#1: Copies and Inspirations – TATE Britian, London

TATE Britain, London On the 3rd June, 2016; I went to visit London, along with friends (artists in their own different ways), to spend the day visiting art galleries and other activities that interest us. We went to visit Tate […]

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#1: Copies and Inspirations

After looking through my previous works and a suggestion from one of my lecturers, I have decide to recreate famous artists’ works, as part of my influences towards my studio practice and especially for my Dissertation, which I’m looking at […]

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Aim….. (post 2)

Within this blog I aim to break down and better understand the themes which run through my work. As a starting point I have created a couple of mind maps which consist of the two main themes which run through […]

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Mind Mapping my influences (post 1)

This is a mind map of my work and my influences. Hopefully over this blog i aim to share my processes as well as gaining better personal insight in to my own work.

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My Fine Art: Third Year

I’m a Fine Art student at the University of Suffolk and I’m now in my third year. This blog is going to explore and document each of my projects that I’m developing for my studio practice, to help me critique and understand my focus studies.

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Talking studios over lunch

On Tuesday I met Klas for lunch to discuss a possible studio that he has found. We met at the vegetarian, organic, local produce cafe here in town – I was surprised and pleased to meet some people from the […]

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India 2016

Over the summer I went travelling to India for 7 weeks. I have been there before (I lived there for a year) and I find it a really inspiring country to be in. Its full of colour and culture. It […]

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Collidescope 2016

During May I’m taking part in Brighton Festival’s artist development residency which enables a group of mid-career artists to intensively engage with the Festival, attending nearly 40 festival events. I’ll try to record some thoughts about this extraordinary experience here.

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