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Stitched Collages

After my research into using destruction as a method of creating art, I decided to play around with everyday materials.  I took so old magazines and altered these through ripping and building up layers and then stitching together as a […]

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Talking About the Objects

AUDIOBLOG – Please click here Talking about the objects: Just talking about them does something to the way I handle them. I have knitted a vest for Hans, the doll without a hand, or rather, the hand resides elsewhere… It […]

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The Myth of the Isolated Artist

Audioblog – Please click here The isolated artist is a myth. Impossible. (If you have evidence to the contrary, do tell) It is only by talking to other artists that you develop. (Talking to non-artists is good too, but a […]

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A Different Sort of Comfort Blanket

  AUDIOBLOG – Please click here I passed my sketchbook on to Dan for him to look at and respond to a little while back. What this means is there is no cohesive way for me to pin down the […]

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Eye of the Needle

One of the great things to have come out of my Stitched Time project has been that the artists involved have formed a loose group, which can expand and shrink and whose members flag up interesting events to go to […]

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Motherhood

  AUDIOBLOG – Please click here And so I stitch. No more music to be done until March sessions, so I listen to what has already been done while I stitch. And I listen to the songs to be re-recorded […]

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Independent Woman

Strange day today at ArtSpace… not a single person walked through the door… the town was very quiet, and not many even walked past, let alone looked through the window. I usually get in about an hour before opening, to […]

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Keep on stitching – – – – – – – – ~

I still feel the slump, but muscle memory and sheer bloody-mindedness have taken over. I keep stitching – – – – – – – (“Keep on swimming, keep on swimming….” (Finding Nemo, for those who don’t already know)) The stitching […]

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Making

The thing about being an obsessional stitcher is, every piece of work takes a long time to complete. I am still embroidering that first bra. It now has a smattering of embroidery all over it, all the way around, but […]

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The Long and Winding Road.

In 2011, while still in a post-MA fog, I was approached via the Saatchi website by D. Domininck Lombardi; artist, curator and critic, based in New York. He was writing an article on repurposing of materials in art and invited […]

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