W,hat an experience, so much seen it’s overwhelming and now to reflect and think through. From pylidda Barlow in the British pavilion, outstretched into every corner and space with colour and structure, fragile yet strong Never been to Venice before so working out directions or more often following others. The shear volume of pavilions and … More Venice biennale -thinking through
Traces of images and resistant surfaces experimenting with acyrilic, marble dust and the sand from Weymouth beach. Strong coloured ground with chalk pastels disappearing and appearing again, hopefully creating some ethereal. continuing to work with lines.
Back at Bath Spa again for the final part of my 3rd year of the Fine Art degree. A dissertation to write and a presentation & new website to construct for Professional Practice. Had a very art based weekend, Friday at Frieze Art Show Saturday morning stewarding at Black Swan Gallery in my nearly new … More Beginning again
Well that’s my studio space as it stands at the moment . Better late than never!, the only newish piece are the my 3 right feet, excuse the punn, and some work I’ve been trying with different grounds with added texture grounds and now some moving figures you can see from the yellow boards leaning … More Latest view and a humorous take
It has been an amazing experience to be part of this student exhibition on London’s South Bank A wharf building by the Thames. Walking distance from Tate Modern, the building brick and plaster walls to hang work on rather than white walls. Working together with fellow student group for 3 years now and this is … More #stock #Bargehouse experience
Originally posted on Steve McCurry's Blog:
Solitude is independence. – Hermann Hesse Philippines When you acknowledge the integrity of your solitude, and settle into its mystery, your relationships with others take on a new warmth, adventure and wonder. – John O’Donohue India India In solitude the mind gains strength and learns to lean upon…