Introducing you, if you don’t know of it, to Nawr Magazine. The latest edition “resources of hope” has much in it of interest, including some of my writing, and has been put together with great care. Enjoy! https://issuu.com/nawrmag/docs/nawr-009-autumn-winter
Tag: contemporary art
earth + sky
Very excited to let you know about this project with Con Christeson of Red Chair Studios and Jen Smith, launching today! Have a look on my projects page to find out more.
I’ve been printing short randomised parts from my notebook onto small mixed-media photos and watercolour paintings, to make pieces of work in response to walking through the winter months at the mountain at dusk. In order to do it, I’ve been working on improving my screen printing skills, and finding a good way to set […]
Working on the cyanotypes today, trying things out and making tests, enjoying a bit of sun on the face.
photos with gold
working on these gilded photos again…
putting things together
I’m now running out of space in my studio for my body – every surface is heaped, including the floor, the chairs, the tables, the shelves, the drawers… The picture shows the pile on my desk which is touching my left elbow as I write. It is a few of the things I am putting […]
hope and art 2
Today, I’m thinking and writing again about hope and contemporary art. The thought which I want to follow up just a little today is that an art which is hopeful must address trauma also. It must look at the past and it must look at violence, and it must seek to be with the pain […]
A short video, still working with the watercolour scroll forms. I heard a palliative care doctor talking once, she said that there are four things that people very often need to say before departing.
a book artist
I do appreciate that you are reading and following my blog! I’ve updated the page on my website ‘about‘. I wanted to be able to offer clarity – about what I do, what I am offering to you here.