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Time to reflect

So my show’s been and gone, very happy with how it looked and how it was received but now feel strangely detached and uneasy in a period of reflection. Taking time to really look and think about my work is […]

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Delicious Edge

A Reflection on my MA Fine Art end of year exhibition at Teesside University.

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An Eye Opener

Throughout my time at University Campus Suffolk I have become more reflective about my art practice and in return this has maintained and strengthened my connection to working principally in the three-dimensional realm, but also encouraged me to incorporate painting […]

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Contextualisation and Confirmation

The concept for my degree show work, and therefore my art practice is still evolving. However, I feel it is now arriving close to the point where I’m happy with the evolution of my ideas and what the final outcome […]

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Teacher and student in one

Had a bit of a lull in creativity due to necessary preparation of the next stage in my career. With plans of going into teaching and therefore the need to study for a PGCE qualification, I have, over the last […]

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Exploration – Reflection #3

This week has been purely a reflective time; what are the key issues addressed in my work? Is there a reoccurring theme? My interest is to explore the organic elements further in both a sculptural manner and also addressing the […]

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early review and reflection : january

i’m taking to review my january early as i have commitments with my two training courses from tomorrow until the end of the month. this month has seen me walk back into quad in derby to visit their animation exhibition […]

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Notes to self

I have gathered plenty of film footage, shot as and when so it spans seasons and weather conditions. I’ve surveyed the entire journey down each side of the train from Marden to London and mapped points of interest to shoot […]

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identity

i think i’m through the worst bit of my feeling that i was no longer an artist.  i probably am not an artist that survives financially by what they create.  there’s no probably about it actually. it’s been quite a […]

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a beautiful swan

a beautiful swan swam into the lake and gazed upon all she could see.  it was a difficult place as her recent flight to new waters was tainted by loss. on the shore stood a boy, solitary and deep in […]

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Studio Visit: Townly and Bradby

  Studio Visit: Townley and Bradby My first visit with artists Anna Townley and Lawrence Bradby was at their home, followed by a visit to their workspace at Outpost studio’s with Anna. Referencing their extended research project ‘artists as parents […]

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gravity glue and the future

is there such a thing as grvity glue holding everything together for us and helping the future to be what the future will be? starting with a question gives me somewhere to begin and hopefully go some way to get […]

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balance

when i began this blog i was feeling out of balance.  the experience at eden was too wonderful and too much all at the same time.  like coming to a rich banquette after living and accpeting bread and water. during […]

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reflection #12

all things happen when they need to.   tonight i need to write  a post to link from this blog to the next.  within the framework of reflection, the next blog has come about because of this one. this one […]

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reflection #11

i woke this morning, checked my emails and a feeling of excitement rolled over me like a gentle wave on a summers evening. it’s the last day of 2014. i’ve had an interesting history with last days. while still living […]

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reflection #10

for sometime i’ve been a member of the isadora user community via their forum. i rarely mention it on this blog as i perceive there to be a gap between the two communities that some how i traverse. the isadora […]

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reflection #9

2 days to 15, am i already walking the path i want to be on in 15?  today as a family we went out and explored the town and river walk fueled by best chips and good humour. once back […]

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reflection #8

i return quickly to add another reflective post because i’ve realised the importance of helping others to understand what it is i do. there is a slight paradoxical situation here. for the wider audience i’ve already set myself out as […]

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reflection #7

the unexpected part of this blog has been the emergence of the possibility of this whole thing being a hobby. i know it’s not ……..  it has been my full time occupation.  however i have expereinced evidence that others might […]

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reflection #6

in recent news, belper have won a national competition. part of the prize is mentoring packages for locals.  this morning we’ve connected corridor arts to suggesting some mentoring. corridor arts is something i’ve been involved with since 2010. it’s a […]

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