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Reflections on tutor report for Major Project assignment 5

A relief to have got to this point and pleased that M. senses that through the course I have managed to define my practice, which is something I feel. Through my practical work, alongside my contextual studies, I do feel … Continue reading

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Planning towards a series of works.

In thinking about how to take my work forward in line with thinking about the idea of ‘absence’ I was sat looking at a previous work that I had done, and actually feeling quite despondent. Its like my journey through … Continue reading

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Experimenting with printing from acetate onto painting.

In working on a painting intending to incorporate elements of one of the willow sculptures I decided to try and use acetate to transfer images of leaf shadows onto it- the painting didn’t work, but I found the pieces of … Continue reading

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Further reflections on documentation.

This in some ways follows on from my ‘holding back on assignment 3’ discussion with Michele. She felt I was successfully collating and editing my way through the production of work, but need to pin down a methodology to work … Continue reading

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Exhibition- Anselm Kiefer at the Royal Academy.

Viewed- Wed 24th September 2014 (members preview) As I left the house I grabbed a book to read on the train. I had listened to Anselm Kiefer talking with Tim Marlow on the RA website and heard them talk about … Continue reading

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University of the West of England BA Fine Art Graduate Show at Spike Island.

I went along to this exhibition on Wednesday 11th of June, keen to see the sort of work being produced by current graduates. I was keen to see how many of the students were painting and how it was manifest. … Continue reading

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Cubism

‘Cubism was never anything other than this: painting for paintings sake, while excluding all concepts of unimportant reality’ (Picasso, p11). Cubists always remained faithful to the object. What struck me on revisiting Cubism was the differences between earlier works of … Continue reading

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