WORCESTER PUBLIC SCULPTURE COMMISSION
The Worcester graduate Commission consisted of three sculptures made for the Spring Festival Atmosphere. Inspired by nature, they reflected the festivals theme “Love out World”. The public sculptures have been made as sustainably as possible, using recycled paper and non toxic materials for their construction and decoration.
ARTS FOR HEALTH MILTON KEYNES
2019 – 2020
A 12 month exhibition consisting of prints and wooden sculptures displayed next to the Children’s ward at Milton Keynes hospital. The artworks aimed to contribute to the improvement of health and well-being, whether it being through providing a moment of distraction for patients, staff or visitors, or to add bright colours to the white hospital walls.
Photographer – Emma Bradford, Arts for Health Milton Keynes.
Loughborough University Degree Show
The installation brings together vibrant colour, comfortingly familiar forms and playful compositions; all elements working together to create a universally joyful space.
MTC ARTIST RESIDENCY
Works from the 12 month Artist Residency at the Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC). The artworks created during my residency served to improve the aesthetics of the five buildings, whilst also reflecting the company’s goals, ethos and technologies. I was involved in many projects producing a range of artworks from Virtual Reality (VR) drawings to story booklets.
A CHANGING INDUSTRY: CONNECTING ART AND ENGINEERING
Manufacturing Technology Centre
The co-curated exhibition brought together Loughborough University Students and MTC staff members. The exhibition provoked thoughts of how Art and Engineering can be interlinked and created a free platform for students to promote their artwork. All the proceedings from artworks sold went to the Clive Hickman Foundation.