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Something Borrowed

The show had some lovely reviews, here’s one of them by Tom, The Gentleman Who Lunches. Thanks Tom:)

WEAR & TEAR: SOMETHING BORROWED @ ARTHOUSE1

EXHIBITION 

The personal is powerfully present in the works curated for this show featuring 11 female artists working with found objects (each work a form of rescue), memory and identity the currency pulsing through the material. Particularly intrinsic to the ethos of borrowing is the idea that most likely something will be given back in kind-it is not an act of solely taking. Intention is generous, open and appreciative. Whether using objects from their personal archives or appropriating from available sources (thrift shops, the internet, nature), the artists create resonant and haunting inquiries into the spaces linking the individual to the mythic. Ruth Franklin’s The Salon and Memories of Manya seek to reclaim the very souls of her family members through the use of items both domestic and industrial that figuratively suggest their essence, enshrining them for history (facets of detail place the pieces in a distinctive era); 
Mindy Lee’s Repeat Prescriptions Series is an array of personal prescription forms generated by her doctor aligned in a vitrine onto which she has intricately scrawled (in biro!) beautifully wrought drawings that recall both the works of Great Masters and graphic medical textbook examples of anatomy-some of the paper has started to curl with age and decay, meditating on queasy issues around the body, health and mortality; Hannah Honeywill’s Scar, with a suture of delicate red thread, salvages a slab of mighty, stately elm (already a chronicle of history with its rings) from a savage and potentially devastating break; Lisa Snook’s Time is but a memory and Desire is where it Dreams (a weathered oval mirror with long, withered strands of hair hanging dejectedly from the frame) and I Dream of Flying, the title of which is elaborately and painstakingly embroidered onto a cotton pillow with threaded hair, a hush of feathers gathered on the floor from a broken seam, speak of anxiety and disquiet (triggered by age and decline) around the nexus of appearance and sleep (with its twin energies of both rejuvenation and death); Kate Murdoch’s All That Is Left is a requiem for her grandmother, an old cosmetics cabinet found long discarded with a few contents still inside-a bar of soap, a few powder puffs-that stands in poignant memoriam to her relative, once a vessel of vital use full of agents of enhancement and balm now moribund and frail; Susan Francis’s Vicarious Beth constructs, from numerous thumbnail images taken from a profile page off the internet, a roadmap of a life across one wall of the gallery-the route is non-linear, branching off on detours and tributaries, much like life itself, coaxing out the monumentality of a single life from the confines of digital space. There are a few works which balance the serious with felicity, most memorably Murdoch’s The Borrower’s Revolt, which finds a formation of corseted brass figurine “belles” marching from the recesses of one of the room’s fireplaces and Sarah Gillham’s Castoffs, a group of porcelain dolls that morph into twisted elongated bases (or in some cases stunted bases), alienlike, of which H.R. Giger would deeply approve-they manage to be playful and unnerving simultaneously. Murdoch’s Borrow A Cup of Sugar takes the aesthetic to its interactive extreme, encouraging viewers to depart with a vintage china cup full of sugar cubes and return later to the gallery (please, before the close of the show!) with an item of value to exchange. All of the objects on display are charged with meanings and history long in play before their appearance at the space, the artists honouring and ennobling them as fragile repositories of emotional, physical and psychological experience, refashioning them into items that can tell new stories and carry fresh incarnations and inflections. On 30 September, the gallery is hosting a conversation with the collective artists from 4-6PM.

http://www.arthouse1.co.uk/something-borrowed.html

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Something Borrowed

I have four pieces in this all female group show, co-curated by Rebecca Fairman and Jane Boyer.

Boyer writes in an extract from the catalogue,

‘What would you get if you crossed Méret Oppenheim’s Object 1 with Lynda Benglis’ Artforum ad from 1974, you know, the one with the big . . . sunglasses? Lisa Snook provides the answer with, you guessed it, a fur covered dildo. Just one of the surprises in Something Borrowed; an exhibition full of poignant objects and images.’

PRIVATE VIEW

THURSDAY 7 SEPTEMBER Drinks Reception 6.30pm – 8.30pm

ARTISTS IN CONVERSATION

SATURDAY 30 SEPTEMBER Afternoon Tea 4pm – 6pm

Gallery Opening Hours Thursday – Sunday 3 – 7pm

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Gallery open Thursday – Sunday between 3pm – 7pm or by appointment Nearest tubes: Borough, London Bridge or Bermondsey Contact: Rebecca Fairman E: info@arthouse1.co.uk M: 077131 89249

www.arthouse1.co.uk

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Open Studios 4-5 October 2013

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As part of the South London DeptfordX festival ASC artists will host open studios on Friday 4th October 6-8.30pm and Saturday 5th October 1-5pm.

ASC Studios, Goodwood Road, New Cross, SE14 6BL.

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TIAF – The Independent Artist Fair 16-20 October 2013

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Established by artists, TIAF is the first of an annual addition to the art fair calender.  Aiming to provide a platform that puts artists, rather than the market at the forefront.

The exhibition encompasses works that move through and around the graphic, the absurd, visual feats of historical and societal references that refuse to be pinned down to one discipline, revealing works of enquiry, beauty and conceptual depth.

The fair will be held at The Mile End Art Pavilion, London, E3 4QY.  Opening and drinks reception 16th October, 6.30-9pm and daily until Sunday 20th October 3013

Lead curator – Wendy MacMillan.  For more info please visit these websites - http://www.artpavilion.info/The-Independant-Artists-Fair-TIAF     and    http://tiaflondon.wordpress.com/

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This ‘Me’ Of Mine

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21st September 2013 – 5th January 2014
Art School Gallery, Ipswich, IP1 3NE
I’ll be showing Echo and my fairy tale, Love (this is not a novel)                                                                                                                           The exhibition has been generously supported by Arts Council England and beautifully curated by Jane Boyer.

For more details, gallery opening times, talks and symposiums please see the website.

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ZAP Summer Show

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Thursday 18th July 2013
ZAP,  Bond House Project Space, ASC Studios,
Goodwood road, London SE14 6BL

The lovely ladies from ZAP have organised a group show for their members. It’s going to be a really great and very affordable show, in the spirit of ZAP inclusiveness all artworks will be priced £150 or below. The show will open on the Thursday evening 6-8.30 and then continue on the 19 – 20 between 1-4 pm.


STUDIO DIARY // Friday, 31 May 2013

From Me To You, 2013

Having looked and moved and shuffled these ominous black heads around my studio for more than 6 months, I’ve finally found them a home!


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I Will Take Care Of You (detail), 2013
24th April – 11th May 2013
Zeitgeist Arts Projects, Bond House Gallery ASC, Goodwood Road, London SE14 6BL

Opening 24th April 6-9pm
26th April SLAM Last Fridays 6-8.30
11th May Artists in dialogue 4-5pm

 I’m really pleased to be a part of this group show opening Wednesday 24th April, some awesome artists involved! Please come along if you can.  The two works I’ll have in the show will be a small sculpture titled,  I Will Take Care Of You and a photographic print titled Baby Blue Eyes



STUDIO DIARY // 5th April 2013

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Blimey it’s freezing.  Very glad my studio is warm and dry, thank you ASC.

I’ve been working in blissful solitude the past couple of months, just happy to be in my studio space and lost in making. Since working on Constellation (the series of small cast figurines set against a black circle) I’ve been continuing this line of thought and enquiry.  Collecting dolls, photographing and casting them, or bits of them.  I’ve found a brilliant antiques market which has become a treasure trove for me, it’s full of intriguing objects, dolls, bric-a-brac and so on.  These found objects and dolls are imbued with time and memory, it sets the imagination on fire.  I take them back to my studio and begin the process of their re-imagining, their re-interpretation.  I start of by photographing them, in the corners on the floor, bound inside an old box of some kind.  It’s an obsessive process, which feels slightly seedy if I’m honest! I then start to dismantle them, stripping them of their clothes, hair and eyelashes.

I then start to think about materials.  With Anemone her face was so fine and delicate I wanted a substance that was translucent and delicate to match her features.  I chose a pink dental wax!  I’ve used this before, many years ago and I love its sickly sweet colour, you’re not quite sure if it’s nice or nasty.  As with Metamorphosis the urge is to join them at the nape of their necks.  This duality somehow traps them into a kind of submission to each other with no means of escape.  The grey hair references the body both in its living flesh form and in its keepsake ability to remain intact after death, leaving them to oscillate between the real and the uncanny.


Fans of Feminism

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16th – 23rd February 2013
The Bank, Central House, London.

Private view: 15th between 6-8 p.m.

Fans of Feminism is a survey of contemporary feminist art.

“The show explores the notion of ‘temporal drag’, which forges an active dialogue between contemporary feminist discourse, and the strong tradition of feminist art history and criticism.

This approach establishes feminism not so much as a history, but as an on-going set of ideals – demonstrating the relevant, practical and positive impact the feminist art continuum has had, and continues to have, on the lives of women and men.”

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STUDIO DIARY // 30th January 2013

It’s been a good start to the year so far.  Getting back into the studio is always a joy, it’s great loving what you do!

Open studios was fun at the end of last year, met some lovely people and new artists, always a plus.

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The dynamic duo that is Rosalind and Annabel of Zeitgeist Art Projects hosted a brilliant ‘share & exchange’ evening, where a group of connected artists came together for a pop up exhibition in Bond House Project Space.  It was such a nice way to catch up with mates and new peeps after the festive season and get a good dowsing of fab art in the process.  The evening worked on a – ‘bring a piece of work – take home a piece of work’ via a raffle ticket lottery.  I came home with a very beautiful Gemma Cossey painting – wow!  This is a pic of my little offering

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I am still addressing how to move forward with the babies heads.  They sit on a table in my studio, in a circle, waiting…..

 


Open Studios

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30th November  – 1st December 2012

ASC Studios Bond House, Goodwood Road, New Cross, SE14 6BL

I’m doing open studios tomorrow night, hopefully people will be brave enough to face the cold and come along, a glass of wine and something choclatey for the thermal laden.

I’ll open my studio between 5-8 pm on Friday evening and between 12-5 on Saturday.

 


STUDIO DIARY // 4th November 2012

For the past few weeks I’ve been working on three different projects.  Firstly, covering a Rabbit vibrator with white rabbit fur.  Secondly, a Virgin Mary statue and thirdly, an installation work consisting of a multitude of cast dolls’ heads.

As always, my practise involves a plethora materials, technique and styles.  I think the art world would probably frown on this artistic infidelity, being difficult to pigeon hole or surmise adequately into a short sentence.  But as I mentioned in an earlier post it’s the idea that fore fronts the medium and object made.  I’ve always had a love of the surrealist’s assemblages of readymade with the unfamiliar and the rabbit fur vibrator is a homage to Meret Oppenheim.  A surrealist mix of humour, sexuality and provocation.  The fur covered vibrator offers a delightful mix of contratictions.  Both the wearing of fur and the owning of a vibrator are on the near-side edge of social acceptability.  The very tactile and extremely soft nature that the object is now endowed with, the rabbit fur, is blissfully silken to touch and stroke and is at odds with its original function, which, if pursued results in an and inevitably visceral conclusion.

The second work is another foray into the dark and murky waters of catholicism, my nemesis!  I was looking for a statue of the Virgin, in particular, Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception.  She has many titles, but I think this is the most provocative and indicative of the church’s will to effect control over female sexuality.  I eventually found a supplier in America, of course.  It’s a 33cm very finely made white statue.  The idea is very simple, I have placed a black silk blindfold over her eyes and given the work the title – Submit. I am currently in the process of researching an essay to talk about the work I make that deals with religion.  It’s a very complex one, so it’s going to take me some time!  Catholicism has had a personal effect on me through empirical childhood experience in Catholic institutions, which has led me to want to investigate its wider social implication and, in my view, harm.

Thirdly, I’ve been casting a series of dolls’ heads using plaster and a black earth pigment. Some projects have a very clear beginning and end, where I work from A to B.  This project seems to be going from A to Z and various places in between.  Once cast, the doll’s head becomes a haunted memory of its former self, no longer a plaything, but rather an object that is both moribund and tenebrous.  At first I thought a room full of these disembodied heads placed on the floor, surrounded with debris of pigment would convey its message of childhood trauma, like weeds of bad memories emerging from the ground.  But now I find myself wanting to cluster them together in a nest or swarm like form.  So for now I’m going to continue making them and see where their little egg forms take me.


STUDIO DIARY // 12th October 2012

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It’s been an interesting year so far.  I’ve had more shows than ever before but seem to have made less work!  I’m feeling the need to be in the studio and to get making.  I guess it’s a balance every artist has to make but what I’ve found, after the initial euphoria of being selected for a show, is that what really makes me tick is making work, problem solving, playing with materials, experimenting, making mistakes and that feeling you get when you know you’ve made a good piece of work.

I’ve learnt something about my practise recently too.  Ideas are the forerunner to everything.  They come before material and form. It means that I use a very diverse mix of materials.  This week I’ve sourced materials from Agent Provocateur to Tiranti to ebay!

I have about four projects on the go at the moment, below is an image from one of them.  I’m making a series of doll’s heads in black plaster and am hoping to fill an empty room with them, an installation of haunting childhood memories, like somekind of demented nursery.  There is a stillness in their solidity and yet an uncertainty in their disquieting form and blank eyes.  I like the oscillation between innocence and something darker, the precarious balance makes you question what you see and what you know.

The pigment that has spilled around the edge was a happy accident.  I think it gives them an element of disclosure, something revealed in their process but remains ambiguous as to whether they’re beginning or ending, falling apart or coming together.


The National Open Art Competition

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11th – 21st October 2012
THE MINERVA GALLERY, CHICHESTER

24th October  – 1st November 2012
THE PRINCE’S FOUNDATION GALLERY,  HOXTON

Yummy Mummy has been selected for this years NOAC.  Really pleased, sounds like it’s going to be a good year with various events planned.  The exhibition will also be coming to London, Grayson perry is going to be opening the show – WOW!  Here’s some info:-

www.thenationalopenartcompetition.com


STUDIO DIARY // 19th September 2012

The National Open Art Competition
Yummy Mummy has been selected for this years NOAC. Really pleased, sounds like it’s going to be a good year with various events planned. The exhibition will also be coming to London, Grayson perry is going to be opening the show – WOW! Here’s some info:-

2012 EXHIBITION DATES and EVENTS
THE MINERVA GALLERY CHICHESTER OCT 11th-OCT 21st
THE PRINCE’S FOUNDATION GALLERY HOXTON OCT 24th -NOV 1st

http://www.thenationalopenartcompetition.com/index.php


STUDIO DIARY // 17th September 2012

Santorini Biennale
I’m going out to Santorini next week to have a look at the biennale and to see my works installed. It’s been a new experience showing internationally, good but you do loose a sense of ownership on something you’ve been so very close to. Once the works are boxed up and shipped you’re relatively powerless as to its installment and thus how you, as an artist are judged and your works seen. Not that I’m a control freak or anything! In the case of Taiwan I was so impressed with how the works were installed that it really added something to their visual impact. When the curator wrote to me this is what she said about the installation,

“I placed your work in front of the window which seems more theatrical than white walls. Through the void of the window shield, you can trace the mysterious green and powerful sunlight.”

I don’t think I had realised the huge amount of trust and understanding that takes place between curator and artist until this point.
When I visit Santorini I’m very much looking forward to meeting the curators and talking to them about their experiences of the inaugural biennale. They have kindly agreed to be interviewed so sometime after next week I’ll post a review.
http://www.santorinibiennale.gr/


STUDIO DIARY // 17th September 2012

Annual Sculpture Exhibition, Taiwan
The curator of the show has sent me a fantastic image of the works installed at the Museum in Taipei.  A little too far for me to have gone, so it’s great to have this.  There is going got be a full colour catalogue produced of all the works in the show, if anyone is interested in seeing it,  just let me know.

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STUDIO DIARY // 17th September 2012

Ludlow Open Exhibition Report
I went up to ludlow for the double private view, an ingenious idea by Jo King the curator, to drink wine, view art and meet people two nights in a row.
The quality of the work overall was excellent and I was pleased to be a part of it. Unfortunately, the piece Constellation proved difficult to install and a compromise was made. We had to show the work mounted on a painted board, hung on the wall as opposed to the individual figurines being attached directly to the wall within a painted black circle. It didn’t work as well but none the less, it looked ok. Yummy Mummy looked great in her own ‘pod’ style space which had been draped with black fabric but sadly she a met a sticky end and was eaten by a mouse! So, not the experience I had anticipated but experience all the same!


STUDIO DIARY // 17th September 2012

DeptfordX exhibition report
I can’t quite believe that the summer has been and gone and although I love this time of year there is always a little sadness in the air with the approaching winter months.
Work wise, the past few months have been very productive. For DeptfordX I had to produce a substantial amount of work. I think I must have cast around 80 figurines and I have to say I’m in no hurry to cast any more! The main areas for the works were St. Paul’s Church, Deptford train station and Deli X. They were also placed in various locations from shops to community centers as a way of progressing the idea of ‘loss’ within a community, to be ‘discovered’ by passers by and then taken home if proved desirable enough. So, it’s quite interesting to think of all these little plaster cast figurines, once discarded and gathering dust at the back of a charity shop, now decorating the mantlepiece or some such place in homes of people unknown to me.
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STUDIO DIARY // 4th August 2012

Ludlow Open

I’ve just come back from Ludlow where I was attending the two night opening of the exhibition. A double whammy of art viewing fun. Jo King who is the women and brains behind the Open had done a brilliant job curating the eighty artists involved. I had two pieces selected for the show, Constellation and Yummy Mummy.
The 2012 selectors were: Anne de Charmant, director of Meadow arts. David Cleaton-Roberts, Director of Alan Cristea Gallery. Yvonne Crossley, Director of The Drawing Room. Philip Harvey, Director of 20th C British Art at Christie’s and Lucy Jones, an artist.
The show runs till the 17th of August. Website – www.ludlowopen.org
If you get a chance to see the show it’s really well worth the journey.


STUDIO DIARY // 22nd June 2012

DeptfordX and Santorini Beinale
It’s been a great couple of weeks, in fact a good year all round, I guess that’s the way it goes sometimes.
I’ve been selected as one of the artists to take part in this years DeptfordX Fringe Festival. The organisers have aligned the dates to coincide with the Olympics and Deptford is in the right neck of the woods for some art viewing if you happen to be on the Olympic trail.
There are 50 artists involved in the Fringe, so lots to see. For my part I’m re-casting the works from Constellation in a weather proof plaster and placing them in various venues in and around Deptford. Some venues will be unmarked on the art map, to be ‘discovered’ rather than sought out and others will have more permanant locations such as, St. Paul’s church and Deptford train station.
The idea is to celebrate a collective identity within a diverse community by creating a totem of collected cast objects. The objects range from china birds to porcaline figurines. They all have a particular sensibility and are placed at a poignant paradox between cherished and forgotten. The project is about creating a memorial to memory and about how these objects speak collectively of aspirations, taste and dreams.

Each object is cast to create an exact replica of its original. But once all residue of paint and wear is removed the objects take on a new identity, they resemble ghostly apparitions of their former selves which seems to heighten their sense of loss and remembrance.
I’ll post more about the project and info nearer the time. There will be audio tours and maps available, should be a fun way to spend an afternoon.
I also found out this week that I’ve had some works selected for the Santorini beinale which I’m really chuffed about. Again I’ll post more about this later.

Pic of the works in progress at my studio:

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SLAM Last Friday Event 27th April

Collectible will be open tonight as part of SLAM Last Friday – 6.30 – 8.30 p.m.
On the PV night Broughton & Birnie took some lovely footage of the show .
“A great turnout for ZAP’s first show” – blog and video by the artful Broughton & Birnie.
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STUDIO DIARY // 21st April 2012

Pics from the PV of Collectible at ASC
The 17th was a great night, about 700 people came through the door! Got a few pics before the crowds.

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Collectible

Next Tuesday is the opening night for Collectible. It’s going to be a very busy one with 67 artists exhibiting and with the dynamic duo of Rosalind Davis and Annabel Tilley curating and organising the event.
I will have two works on show – Metamorphosis, a double cast of a child’s plastic doll. It’s an eerie reminder of childhood fears and of how our fears can harness the power of things and people that are close to us. The duality of projected innocence and the darkness that fear creates.
The second work is another cast piece. I have cast a small statue of the Virgin Mary in white chocolate, called Yummy Mummy. It’s a very direct challenge on the authenticity of the cult of the virgin, hailed so dear by catholics. On a visit to Lourdes as a child I was struck by the commodification of religion. Aged about 11, I remember queuing with my mum for holy water, plastic Virgin bottle in hand, I was nearly trampled under foot by eager crowds desperate to get their hands on the precious liquid. The abundance of market stalls and shops selling merchandise was extraordinary and seemed in stark contrast to the message of love and healing promised to the pilgrim

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Tuesday 17th April 2012 6.30-8.30
ASC, Bond House, Goodwood Road, New Cross, London, SE14 6BL
Exhibition continues 18-28 April Thursday – Saturday 1-5 pm
Open for SLAM Last Fridays, Friday 27 April 6-8.30 pm
Artists and curators in dialogue Saturday 28 April 4-5 pm


STUDIO DIARY // 9th March 2012

Good week in my new studio at ASC in New Cross
After a successful move into my warm new studio at ASC in New Cross I have started work on a project for the up coming Collectibles show. I’m really excited to be a part of this show which is being organised by the brilliant Rosalind Davis and Annabel Tilley who have launched their new collaboration ZAP – Zeitgeist Arts Projects (http://www.zeitgeistartsprojects.com/about.html)

 

I’ve been dismantling a child’s plastic doll, getting ready to cast it. Here’s some pics:

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The Ecstasy of Memory

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29th November – 4th December 2011

Open daily from 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.
The private view is on 30th November 6-9 p.m
First Thursday on the 1st December (http://www.firstthursdays.co.uk)

 

Artist talk on Friday 2nd December at 2 p.m.

 

Entry is free

 

The Vyner Street Gallery
23 Vyner Street
London E2 9DG

 

http://www.vynerstreetgallery.co.uk/ComingUp.html#comingup

 


The Ecstasy of Memory

Count down to the show on the 28th! Very excited and a little nervous too!

http://www.vynerstreetgallery.co.uk/ComingUp.html#comingup

I’ve been madly busy making and now finishing the pieces. I had a hiccup last week when myself and fellow studio mates got evicted from our building with 48 hours notice. My gorgeous friend Kate Murdoch and my fab husband helped me move into a studio at A.P.T. that another very lovely woman has kindly lent me to finish the work. Phew.

I have a Facebook page with various details about the show, please take a look.

http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Ecstasy-of-Memory/163479817079039?sk=wall

Lastly – I took part in a live Q&A for the Guardian today on the subject of how to carve out a career in the arts – it was a fun and informative panel discussion, here’s the link

http://careers.guardian.co.uk/careers-blog/professional-artist-careers-advice


STUDIO DIARY // 23rd September 2011

Getting ready for the next show:

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Feathers from the pillowcase.

 


STUDIO DIARY // 5th May 2011

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STUDIO DIARY // 5th May 2011

After an amazing stint at Eel Pie Island I’ll soon be moving to a new studio over in Deptford called Cor Blimey Arts.


STUDIO DIARY // 5th May 2011

Battleground, 2010

5th May 2011


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