Venue:Various Venues around Fareham and Beyond
From:August 23, 2014
To:August 30, 2014
Location:South East England
New Artists - a-n The Artists Information Company
Jeanie Finlay points artists in the right direction on the road to self promotion.
An introduction to the wide range of practical and insightful material available to new artists on www.a-n.co.uk Includes Artists profiles that illustrate how artists from a range of practices and disciplines have negotiated their own paths through the art world. […]
Karin studied BA (Hons) Fine Art from 1999-2002 at Birmingham Institute of Art and Design, University of Central England. She now works in partnership with Reuben Henry, both in the residencies they offer at Springhill Institute the studio in Birmingham that they set up in 2003 and embarking on residencies abroad to make their own work.
Nicky Hodge featured in the Fine art and Painting sections of a-ns Signpost publication for new graduates in 2001-3. Since then, exhibitions with Danielle Arnaud Gallery have served to demonstrate the value of the artist-gallery relationship.
Antony Hall undertook an MA in Art as Environment at Manchester Metropolitan University, graduating in 2002. Since then, his work has had an emphasis on technology, usually in the form of long-term research projects, residencies, performance, web and sound art.
David Kefford is a sculptor who uses low-tech craft processes to transform found objects into surreal creations imbued with human characteristics and emotions.
Lucy Panesars college aspiration was to be a practising artist and part-time college lecturer, and a methodical approach to her career has made this a reality.
Jo Wilson looks at the practice of Adele Prince who, since graduating in 2001, continues to work full-time as an artist on a variety of commissions and exhibitions.
Originally from Barbados, Alberta Whittle graduated from Edinburgh College of Art in 2002 with a Tapestry degree.