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Simulacrum Series

The main body of work for the residency has begun. Over the past two weeks I have prepared and developed some of the prints for a large installation of prints. The process is very fluid as I cut out aspects […]

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First print run

Start as I mean to go on is the phrase that comes to mind. I got two short print runs completed in the first day. I met many new staff and some students, and found my way around. I am […]

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Review

FIVE-WAYS Autumn Collection 2016

A fresh mix of artists of complimentary styles returns for the fifth showing in Monmouth from sculpture, to fresco, wood engraving (don’t miss the browsers!) to small, evocative landscapes and abstracted forms.

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Somerset Art Works Open Studios: Opening Day

Opening day for the Somerset Open Studios and a brilliant day it was too. No sooner the time reached 11am, visitors began to arrive. I did not know what to expect. Lots of people arrived throughout the day, visiting all […]

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Printmaking and Dao

Over the last couple of months I have been exploring ways of printing and making marks without carving the surface. Through only pressure, gravity and colour I have been producing these print paintings. Through memory of what I have seen […]

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Event Exhibition

Trans Vex

  • Archive
  • Venue:
    Intercession Printmaking Studio and Gallery
  • From:
    October 20, 2016
  • To:
    November 06, 2016
  • Location:
    East Midlands
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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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Ten collages in two days

Mid-way through my MA I made a whole series of collages by combining two photographs of women, one contemporary and one taken up to 80 years ago. I haven’t made any since – the films of edgelands have taken over […]

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Conversation

Is it still art?!

If the art work exists as an example as a painting that is 1mx1m but you reduce the size using Photoshop and then get it printed at 30cmx30cm, do you still call it art or is it now a commercial […]

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can I do it?

Everything all at once.  I have realised I am not very good at introducing my work (currently reading ‘The Art Rules’ by Paul Klein).  One of my aims this year is to get my work into at least 6 shows/venues […]

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THINKING… PLEASE WAIT

  Following a tutorial with artist Kimberley Foster back in February I decided to consolidate some of my thinking.   DISCUSSION POINTS: Language of practice Temperature When the work humms Process Scan vs. Print (the difference) Diagrammatic process Mapping (visual) […]

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Another collage

Another collage using discarded pieces of work, ghost prints and tracings, cut up or torn and re-ordered. The fragments are parts of a disjunctive narrative, brought together in a way that “feels right”.

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New work

For some reason I am using a lot more colour! I am continuing to explore printed mark-making and taking some of those experiments into collage work, bringing together various materials, much of it recuperated from discarded pieces of work, ghost prints and […]

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LAND – NIDA ART COLONY RESIDENCY DAY 2

Our brief for the week was to make a video on Baltic Signs, however I totally missed that there was a title to the project however some members of the group misheard the title as being Baltic Science. This seemed […]

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Event Exhibition

:Xenotopia

  • Archive
  • Venue:
    Gibber Gallery
  • From:
    November 13, 2015
  • To:
    December 17, 2015
  • Location:
    London
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