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From town to countryside (a walk)

City Centre 12 May 2018 – A walk from town to countryside (Crouch Hill, Oxfordshire, UK) Walked by Ruth Broadbent and Rhiannon Evans Blake Morris is walking each of the walks from Ways to Wander by Clare Qualmann and Claire Hind […]

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researching the hell out of the sculpture…

I am now recording (with permission) conversations with friends which cover aspects of my practice that I want to research, the recordings are a not only a great way for me to revisit good ideas and thoughts but also to […]

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Surface Tension

With the advice of mentors still clear in my head, I’ve been trying to put their guidance into practice, aiming to keep freshness and spontaneity in not only experimental studies but also in finished paintings. Trying not to be intimidated […]

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Untethered

“Once upon a time, stories grew out of the fabric of our spirit. We were one with them. Along came information: present-bound, unambiguous, surface. This is why information is a menace to storytelling, observes Walter Benjamin, and why storytelling is […]

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disturbance

Disturbance is a good thing. It creates change and releases energy. I feel like I am more at home at Ashburnham now and disturbed is now a ‘normal’ state to be in. Realisations are rising up like bubbles to the […]

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As if as one

I have been working on my collages on oak board over the last month or so. It has been intermittent, with lots of gaps in between. Some of them worked, some of them didn’t. I am not very good at […]

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Day 4 – Kurt Schwitters Merz Barn Residency

Today’s mini-project revolved around the notion of how we remember surface colours and how our eyes respond to light. Batchelor writes about the way in which we see colours as the property of the object. Even in different lighting conditions; […]

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Rosalind Davis

Is surface texture, pattern and ‘the natural’ an escape or a trap? Rosalind Davis talks to Andrew Bryant about this and other questions in her work written about in her Artists talking blog.

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