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Christopher Wool

Another artist I have taken inspiration from is Christopher Wool, who is a contemporary American painter.   Best known for his paintings with large stenciled letterforms, the bold, black strokes of Wool’s text is contrasted against white backgrounds for maximum […]

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Linking my dissertation to my practice

My dissertation was titled: Roles of drawing relating to Claes Oldenburg, Christo and Sol LeWitt. “Drawing is fundamental to and the core of the artists’ and designers’ work. It is the means by which artists learn to see and understand […]

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Reflecting upon Level 5

To begin looking at my current work in a more critical way I am going to briefly reflect back to level 5 to analyse how my recent works links back to then and also how it has moved on from […]

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First semester, studio practice

Last semester I began with a new subject matter, one which I felt would keep me focused for the entirety of level 6. The subject I chose was basing my practice on myself and so making my art personal to […]

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Life and Death

Fine Art Degree Student at University of Suffolk

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Learning to Art

The trials and tribulations of a Level 6 fine art student.

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Fine Art Third Year

I am a third year student studying Fine Art at the University of Suffolk. I am beginning a blog to document my work through my final year and to help to critique my study.

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Culture and the Creative

A blog documenting my thought process and work throughout my last year at University of Suffolk, studying for my BA Fine Art. The focus of my work being on culture, identity and printing.

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Tyne & Tyde

The main components of my work for the past year or so has been comparing and contrasting images and aspects of everyday life and my experience of assimilating to the reality of essentially living in two places at once. Although […]

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