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It Feels Wrong

AUDIOBLOG – Please click here I write my blog as much for myself as my audience, possibly more. When I look back over it I get a feel for what is dominating my thoughts. If it feels wrong, I can […]

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This Can’t Go On!

  AUDIOBLOG – Please click here To be honest I thought it was a bit of a cheeky application. I’m not doing a thing or making a thing. But I’m definitely at a turning point in my career, a point […]

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Location Location Location

AUDIOBLOG – Please click here I read Stuart Mayes’ blog with interest as he also searches for studio space… This week I stepped my own search up a bit, in that I became rather more proactive, and instead of whinging […]

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Working Out How the Family Works

  AUDIOBLOG – Please click here Work is being done, but  of the loose ends variety… I’m not tying up loose ends, I’m making them. Working among boxes in my dining room is not conducive to joined up thinking. Not […]

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‘Drawing on Vine’ – Social Media – Research and Rewards

I’m an artist living and working in London. I draw sprawling, delicate cities inspired by geometry, nature and architecture. In this blog post I recall my last 18 months of drawing on ‘Vine’ and my recent participation as a nominated ‘Best Vine Artist’ in the ‘Shorty Awards’

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Studio Full of Plants

It’s time to get into the studio… that is if I can get in it. All my crops have been harvested, dried and now fill my studio. There is just about enough room to get in the door, get to […]

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Happy New Year?

Audioblog – Please click here I don’t really like New Year. There’s the regulation jollity thing. Actually I find it depressing. Quite often I just want to be left alone, its passing just another day into night into day. Drunkenness […]

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Not a New Year Review

I did think I was going to write a sort of review of the year, as that seems to be the done thing. But then I realised I just couldn’t be arsed. It was a bloody good year, I got […]

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Still settling …

As I work more regularly with Tim it has been interesting to consider both the similarities and differences between our approaches to our own practices.  Last week it occurred to me that artists have far (far!) less distance from their […]

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Sketchbook Containment

Audioblog – Please click here If you’re not careful, practice stays imprisoned in the sketchbook. Because of the impending “no studio” situation, and the fact many of my things are packed into boxes already, visits to the studio are not […]

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Work progress

I’ve began working with foam; manipulating their form using elastic bands and bungee ropes that cause distress and tension of the material. These pieces were always experimental and playful, however I now see them as elements of the body. The […]

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Moving On

 AUDIOBLOG – Please click here One thing clicks into place… Which means I can now blog about it. At last! This one has been nibbling at me, and every time I’ve wanted to blog, or started to blog, I’ve bumped […]

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Reflection #5

I’ve found this week quite challenging and mentally draining at times; the work is developing, however I feel overwhelmed by ideas and certain elements of my practice. It could be due to the fact that formative assessments are around the corner […]

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STOP the SWAGGERJACK press

As part of my research into artist residencies I have been talking to SWAGGERJACK who where Samarbeta artists in resident in the club space at Islington Mill from 11/01/15-18/01/15. SWAGGERJACK are artists John Powell-Jones http://www.johnpowell-jones.co.uk and Callum Stephen Higgins http://sacredtapes.bandcamp.com […]

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Playing and Making

The most important part of my practice is the making, it has become a fundamental element. I learn through play and the possibilities of the materials; how far can I push them? What forms can I achieve? Will they develop […]

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Reflection #4

The seminar this week with Judit Bodor was about opportunities in the art world; there are opportunities out there you just have to grab them when you can and if there are’nt any then create them. We had a discussion […]

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Folded Form

So far, this week feel’s busy and hectic. I’m currently researching for my PHD and the whole application process, finding information and contacts of supervisors that I can contact to whom have a connection with my areas of interest and […]

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The beginning of something or nothing

  These works explore form and shape in an open space; I come across a shape or an idea in my mind and find the material that can achieve it’s quality and vision. I’m curious in how materials can be […]

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British Art Show

Yesterday, I travelled up to Leeds with a friend to see the British Art Show at Leeds art Gallery. We got there by 10.30, after leaving early to avoid the traffic . Not bad going really. Although I’d been to […]

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New Galley Space

I, with the help of the chap I share my studio space with have re-modeled the stairwell entrance to the studio. It is now a reasonable looking gallery space. Here are some pictures of wall mounted works in said space.

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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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All Change!

AUDIOBLOG – Please click here Time for a shuffle about.   During the hanging of the latest exhibition at ArtSpace by my life drawing group, all the rubbish, tools, and general detritus – you know the type of stuff I’m […]

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