I am working on a new stone for my degree show, continuing with the composite monsters. After being tutored by Leighton I feel confident processing this stone independently. I have finished grinding the stone and have drew up the image to be processed today. Fingers crossed it goes well.
The half finished drawing:
I will post more pictures tomorrow with the processing results and hopefully a new print.
Pic of the Week: Northumbria University's AA2A artist Sophie Foster's image from her drawing workshop with BA Fine Art 1st and 2nd Year students.
Sophie's workshop explored ways of using controlled and uncontrollable methods of mark making and expression. You can see more images from 'Chance and Control' as well as more of Sophie's work at http:/
Tip of the Week: 'As well as being creative, be organised with your own administration.' Kate Dicker, Southampton Solent University (2012-2013) http:/
We're excited to have launched the first few of our presentations promoting self-employment as both a career and lifestyle option. Wendy Mason, AA2A's National Director, has been travelling the country presenting to Fine Art and Design students going through the 'nuts and bolts' of self-employment and busting the myth that only the most self-motivated graduates go self-employed.
We've had some excellent feedback...
24th March - 17th April 2014
Room 101, First floor, Roland Levinsky Building, University of Plymouth, Drakes Circus, Plymouth PL4 8AA
Tabatha Andrews, Sally Hall, Kayleigh Hill, Gabrielle Hoad, Lee McDonald
An evolving and divergent platform of ideas developed through the potential of new technologies and methodologies available at Plymouth University.
(Please note that due to university holidays, the exhibition is viewable only by appointment between 29th March and 17th April.)