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A cold shed and Virginia Woolf

A very cold start in the shed yesterday morning!  Began a large stretched canvas –working freely, thoughts of the landscape around Clydach on my mind. Went for a family walk to Clydach on Sunday, up the ridge above the village […]

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A misty image of the Teifi Pools, in West Wales, UK.
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Visualising Oral Tradition

Keeping a record of my progress towards a PhD in Fine Art at the Aberystwyth University, School of Art. I use drawing, print and book works to help visualise Welsh Medieval oral tales.

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air movement

I use drawing as a site specific process to explore repetition, relationship and trace. I am about to research air movement and how it affects the landscape I would like to know if anyone already works in this area or if you can […]

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Silent Spaces views of the exhibition

Some images of the ‘Silent Spaces’ exhibition a couple of days before the private view. Lighting and fine tuning still to do, but almost there. Final hang used 24 pieces. Opens 16th April. Show curated by Alan Kluckow at Alan […]

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Glazing

Post by Kay It’s been full on in the studio for weeks now. Therefore zero time for blogging! But I have been documenting the making process. It’s got to that critical time: one week to go! Can hardly believe it. […]

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Serendipitous Symposium

Artists in the Field: Ephemeral Landscapes and Experimental Geographies A personal response to the symposium within the context of my own art practice ‘If in doubt return to the field’ was Dr Harriet Hawkins’ opening to the symposium, Artists in […]

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New paintings in the mix this New Year

I’ve had a busy start to the New Year and have a whole host of new drawings that I’ve created… here’s my new blog explaining my process, techniques and reasons behind them.

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