DIARY ENTRY 8 School Cross Curricular Project LIQUID LANDSCAPES has dovetailed beautifully with a new cross curricular project that we are starting in the school where I am part- time head of art. We had a lunchtime meeting with representatives from the following departments Art, History, Physics and Chemistry to […]
Maiden Voyage Maidencombe Another beautiful sunny day. We went down to Maidencombe beach this afternoon to see how the boats ( with waxed bottoms!) fared in more demanding conditions. These boats are all about 60cm in length, which is the maximum length I can get out of A2 card. I could try attaching two sheets […]
Ashburton artists are invited to the Dartmoor Artists summer exhibition at Ashburton Town Hall from July 25 to August 1.
A conservation charity is paying tribute to artist Antony Gormley with a wildlife response to one of his most famous works.
The open studios event is now over and tomorrow the two exhibitions at the Landmark, Ilfracombe and Queen’s Theatre, Barnstaple are coming down.
Strictly Collaborative is a new and innovative theatre company. It is for disabled and non disabled young people in Plymouth and the surrounding area.
Had a nice day in Dulverton today. My partner was photographing the work of ceramicst, Jacqueline Leighton-Boyce in her studio up on Exmoor, just over the border into Somerset. Jackie is doing Art Trek with basket maker, Mary Melling and print maker, Judith Westcott, in Judith’s South Molton studio. It was so nice to meet […]
March 30, 2009 Coloured Boats I have experimented with recycled coloured card. The colours are slightly faded 1950s, reminiscent of old school exercise books. I made one boat in each colour and experimented with stacking them, arranging them in rows, circles and so on. I photographed them in the garden against the vivid green grass. […]
I had a few sheets of mirror card in my studio left over from a previous project, so I decided to cut out the boat net from these to see the effect. I also scaled up the net and cut out a larger boat (about 1metre in length); Stephan had mentioned the possibility of the […]
Meeting with Stephan Koplowitz and Lara Lloyd at the Mayflower steps, Plymouth (March 22, 2009)
Part Two of the Deep Time trilogy takes place in Budleigh Salterton and is part of a site-specific performance taking place on the beach under the cliffs during the evening of April 29.
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Time to pause, think, experiment and play… Unconventional mosaic art-making with a wide variety of materials – from plastic, metal, ceramic, found and reclaimed objects, to gold and hand-glazed ceramic pieces.
Roy Anderson’s painting of Churchill has been likened to the style of Graham Sutherland, by Lord David Owen, no less. You can make your own mind up – it’s on display at Exeter Central Library until the end of May.