Monthly Archives: November 2014

Thinking about time in painting.

Watching Alan Yentob interviewing Anselm Kiefer and visiting his studios made me think back to a tread on the OCA website about the notion of TIME and how it might relate to painting. There seemed a number of instances during … Continue reading

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Reflections on peer engagement.

I felt I wanted to make a separate post about this as there are a number of things I wanted to address. It is an aspect of the contextual studies course that I was aware of, but have mostly preoccupied … Continue reading

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Reflections on Major Project Tutor report for assignment 2.

Again I got the sense of my work being considered generally positive and was encouraged to keep experimenting and testing out ideas, but to try and start focusing down on a few ideas in order to bring 2-3 works to … Continue reading

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Reflections on Contextual Studies Tutor report assignment 2.

Generally a positive sense of gaining some strong ideas and direction for my research project. It is likely it will focus around the work of Eva Hesse, but the exact nature it takes is something I have to narrow down … Continue reading

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Moon drawing through the willow.

This idea is something I have played with before, but perhaps in part inspired by looking at Tim Knowles work prior to going to the Liquid Lines talk at Hestercombe. He recorded the reflection of the moon on the surface … Continue reading

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Painting in willow beyond the frame.

It’s funny that using a frame with willow had crossed my mind before, but it was whilst listening to Tania Kovats talk about her sculpture that nudged me to actually having a go. She was talking about one of her … Continue reading

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Liquid Lines- Drawing as a mechanism for exploration.

Hestercombe Gallery, nr Taunton, Seminar, 6th November 2014, 12.45- 4.30pm Hestercombe is a new Contemporary arts space in the south west and this is one of a series of 3 seminars with the aim of exploring and engaging with Contemporary … Continue reading

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