A.A. Milne, through Winnie the Pooh, says (nonchalantly pushing his innards back inside of his body), that he [a stuffed toy /or animal doll] is filled with ‘stuff and fluff.’ Well, I know there’s more to it than that!! A lot of work goes into a pattern. You have to try it, and try it again, til […]Read More stuff and fluff, or more?
Notes I made based on the talk Anna Noël gave us on her sculptural work in the Telling Tales exhibition at Oriel Canfas.Read More Anna Noël: sculptures
What’s the difference between these two pictures? Today in Constellation we discussed Embodied Knowledge and what in means in our day to day lives.Read More Differences
This was the first half of a two-part workshop with Anne Gibbs to inform how to better add texture and designs to our ceramic work, so we began with monoprints.Read More Anne Gibbs Monoprints
And we can just have ‘tea’… My pair friend Lucy found teapot images from which to draw inspiration and they can be found here and here. We’re considering incorporating found wood into the concept to bring up issues of conservation.Read More Tea for Two, TX2
Arriving just after lunch, we had a look around the gallery space at the current exhibition on the ground floor: “Telling Tales” by Anna Noël.Read More Trip to Oriel Canfas
to Oriel Canfas… Natasha suggested the following video, which I then saw. I personally draw a lot, and this trip will be very interesting insofar as combining 2D and 3D elements in my work is concerned. I think texture can be applied through transfers or drawn surface decoration on a smooth surface just as much as […]Read More Preparing for the upcoming trip