In recent years my work has become increasingly performative in the manner in which it is made. Yet during those years, my body’s capacity for me to move or control it has become exponentially reduced. Irreversible changes present challenges with interesting outcomes. These changes have not been caused by any one distinctive physical disability, butContinue reading “Body erodes, memory erases & covid erupts”
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Watermark exhibition presented by Meadow Arts – various venues
Watermark is an exhibition dedicated to those around the world who are affected by flooding, rising sea levels and loss of habitat. From January to June 2023 Meadow Arts, in partnership with five Worcester organisations, will explore water and flooding through a multi-site exhibition across the city. Watermark will reveal how artists have responded toContinue reading “Watermark exhibition presented by Meadow Arts – various venues”
Studio practice Part 1 – stop, reflect and review
I’ve been thinking a lot about the direction of my work and I need to stop, reflect and review. Last week I went to a friends house and saw my big drawing of Soudley Ponds, chalk on black paper, on her wall. It looked amazing. And I asked myself why I have stopped doing theseContinue reading “Studio practice Part 1 – stop, reflect and review”
The Looking Classes are back! Drawing and exploring….
It’s been quite a while since I ran any art classes and many people have asked when I will do it again. So here we go.cI have put together a programme that offers a range of drawing experiences, both indoors and outdoors. cYou can see the details of times and venues on the dedicated workshopContinue reading “The Looking Classes are back! Drawing and exploring….”