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Buying my first kiln

Having only ever fired ceramics at university, I was used to just handing over all my greenware and glazed ceramics to Ben the technician, and then collecting them all fired and done on Monday! Since buying my kiln, I have spent 4 months experimenting and I have learnt so much!….

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PRINTING FABRICS

I have always wanted to get my patterns printed on fabric and I have recently been working with a company to create some exciting new prototypes! The process has been really enjoyable with the; planning and painting of the original artworks, the digital editing for the final design, deciding on fabric and labels and finally…

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New arrival

I was lucky enough to receive one of the art council grants to set up my own home studio as a result of having no access to equipment since March! I have used this grant to purchase a kiln and a pottery wheel. It was such a difficult decision to know what type/make/size to choose! …

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How I converted my shed to an art studio

S T U D I O  V I E W I have always wanted a home studio and with no studio access due to Covid and lots of time on my hands, it was the perfect opportunity to start converting. The shed is a cosy 2m x 2.5m so I needed to be efficient with…

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Digital colour schemes

D I G I T A L  C O L O U R  S C H E M E S P A I N T I N G  P R O C E S S  S H O T I have never been drawn to digital drawing before as I like being unrestricted by a…

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Art Core Artist Takeover

I recently was the guest artist for Art Cores Artist Takeover. I was given a 20 minute platform to talk about: my practice, the materials I work in, research, show some examples of my work, and answer any questions people may have. It was a great experience and surprisingly difficult in a sense that you…

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Graduate Worcester Festival Commission

I have been lucky enough to receive the Graduate Commission for the 2020 Atmosphere Festival which takes place every year in Worcester. The theme of the festival is “Love our World” and the commission required to be made as sustainably as possible. I decided to create artworks which were made from recycled wood as the…

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A Make-shift Studio

Since Covid-19 I have made a make-shift studio space/storage space at home where all my art supplies have been dumped and I have a small desk which I can glaze at, it’s not a very inspiring space but its better than nothing. With the weather being so nice I have been lucky enough to take…

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ABF Review…

This has been by far the busiest week since starting the ABF programme, with the fellowship review on Thursday, the CVAN takeover Monday – Saturday and lectures to the third year students…it has been non-stop! It was great to put the sculptures and paintings into a gallery setting and give the work space to be…

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