Klas’ opening at Glitter Ball was a great success. The show looks really good and Klas’ blend of technical skill, wit and intelligence gave visitors a lot to engage with. Klas is quick to find ways to speak with people […]
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Can my socially engaged method of working usefully engage with my local community, artists and organisations?
Reflections on the RESEARCH part of my R&D project, funded by Arts Council England over 2019.
friday lunchtime and an opportunity to catch my breath after two highly charged weeks. throughout them i’ve received help, support and good vibes from sue ball, the museum of making’s arts and heritage producer. sue acts as a buffer zone […]
New live Sadd Artist video on YouTube, basically me conducting a Photo-shoot at Chester Art Centre. A rare insight, if you’ve never worked with a photo studio before
The latest episode of the Sadd Artist is upon us. Please check it out on YouTube
My latest project aiming to make creativity more accessible to everyone
I will play catch-up later, now I need to say that I have just done -something scarily exciting – I have invited an artist to do the first show at the gallery/project space that I am going to be running! […]
I land in Seoul after a long direct flight from London Heathrow. The British Korean Society, which runs a grant scheme offering financial help to support events that encourage and foster good relationships between Korea and the UK, have very […]
I applied and was accepted for the 2018 Artist in Residence International Program at the MMCA, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Seoul. The program project based and it focuses on presenting the work of emerging contemporary International […]
During 2018 to July 2019 I am one of ten artists working as part of a project, ‘Surrey Unearthed’ across the Surrey Hills. I am an artist and papermaker and work by walking, collecting, interacting with people and making.
A year long developmental project by artist Felicity Truscott supported by the National Lottery with a Grant for the Arts through Arts Council England.
Woods to Where Else is a research project initiated by Stour Valley Creative Partnership to explore the ecological tension between nature and cultivation and to examine and question the identity of the woods as a purely natural and harmonious environment.
Had a wonderful day in The Kings Wood last week with fellow Woods to Where Else artists. It was such a luxury to participate in a workshop rather than organise, deliver or run one! So we were out in the woods thinking about […]
My aims in travelling to Mexico were to develop Conceal, working towards a publication including this project alongside two other bodies of work. I also wanted to share learning practice with organisations in these 3 locations and increase my international experience and […]
With Lee’s imminent return it was time to refocus on the project. I had been getting on with the weaving of the baskets which will contain the sound and doing odd bits of recording. But one night dashing home just […]
(Originally posted April 2017)
From Lee: My first day back in Corris has been excellent. Veronica and I walked to the local adits (mining bore holes), which were drilled into the face of a local defunct slate quarry. The reverb inside was excellent and […]
I had hoped to have posted about each of the pieces in the project individually but Christmas socialising, collecting work and struggles with photographic images saw my time just disappear this last week. So I have just put a gallery […]
For when there is dancing again is the first of a series of minimalist collages I have wanted to do for some time. One of them has been sitting waiting to be pasted and drawn/painted for over a year. Fear […]
“A Title Stolen From Another Painting” is more lyrical than my usual style, yet it has its origins in some black and white minimalist collages I did before I started this project. I wanted to make something less stark but […]
The title of And They Will Never Leave Me Behind, 32/50 Collages Before Christmas, relates back to number 26 in the series. It’s really a sketch for a much bigger work and I had been intending to try it out […]
Solve et coagula is the description of a stage in the alchemists’ process where everything that has gone before seems to pass away, to disappear into an unrecognisable fluid state then begin to reform into something completely new and original. […]
I’m really getting behind on posting about this project – I am not even keeping up with production on Twitter! The main reason is the lack of light and the lack of time. The images are really bad because winter […]
I find it interesting how two ideas can become one. The sprayed and cockled slotted paper was headed for another collage but got hijacked by this. Probably not ready the first time (29/50) is one of my favourites in the […]
Sometimes with collage you can find yourself adding more and more pieces: with this, 28/50 Collages Before Christmas, I found myself cutting smaller and thinner pieces and discarding lots – but they might turn up in another collage coming your way […]