A starfish, bryozoa, sea grass. Lines do not connect, graphite traces describe little of what was seen but leaves an impression on the slate. The physical act of holding steady and drawing, mostly without taking my eyes from the subject. […]
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It floats and drifts on Broadwater lake in an environment designed by Capability Brown it has been described as ‘majestic’ and like an ‘electron spinning around’… Wow! I am so pleased with this project and what I have learned so far, […]
‘The art work that goes wrong’ Yesterday I went to see ‘the play that goes wrong’ and it was hilarious. It struck me that there was a resemblance between the work I have made this week for Revolution and Resonance […]
this post is a roll together of images, arising questions and an exciting delivery of materials! …its a chaotic post because its holidays, the boys are home, my Dad is staying and we have tons to do. It has been […]
Later the same week I spent the day onsite with Annemarie O’Sullivan who is supporting me with her expertise and experience as a basket maker and willow artist who has made large scale work previously. Annemarie raised some valuable points and […]
I work in the De La Warr Pavilion galleries as an invigilator and during my shifts I have time to reflect on the work around me and naturally I drift into how it influences my own work. This is valuable […]
Venue:The Methodist Chapel
Date:August 20, 2016 at 06:00 PM
Location:South West England
Museum of Water has been nominated for European Museum of the Year. Amy Sharrocks, who began the museum in 2013, has been given an a-n travel bursary to attend the ceremony and weekend of events in San Sebastián, Spain.
Over the last week I’ve been trying to clarify, simplify and break down my practice and refocus the qualities. What is the work? What is its purpose? What’s its clarification? How do I read the work or how the work […]
Your last chance to watch the water themed presentations and performances by artists, scientists and academics and activists from all walks of life live online on the Waterwheel platform.
Having fun one day experimenting with drawing inks by painting water onto paper first then adding drops of ink to the wet patches in order to see how it would react, some beautiful patterns emerged. However, this got me thinking […]
Day five was mostly spent walking through the landscape and exploring, starting in the woods an venturing round to the sundial and harbour before ending up at the beach in the late afternoon. I tested the waterproof capacity of […]
Venue:Buxton Museum and Art Gallery
From:September 12, 2015
To:November 14, 2015
I have been collecting images from walking around Ashburnham estate
I joined altMFA this year, only a few months ago, but have been attending as regularly as possible within childcare constraints. My first meeting was a small one where I met two members who were moving imminently to other countries: […]
Added Bright to my name as homage to my Dad who inspired my love of art.This blog is about my journey through the BA and MA. Looking back it’s interesting to see how I keep returning to swimming as a theme. But hopefully with greater depth of understanding each time.
Sarah Harvey, Promise.
Piccadilly Circus Underground Station
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