I’d like to say a big thank you to everyone who supported me in 2019 – clients, visitors to exhibitions, fellow artists, buyers and collectors of my work, those who hired me for workshops and classes, and those who attended. … Continue reading
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Great launch of Llanidloes Artists’ Autumn Show at Minerva Arts Centre, Llanidloes, today. So many friends and new friends, and lots of interesting dialogue. Thanks to everyone for visiting, to The Quilt Association for hosting, and to Studio Mayfly for … Continue reading
Upcoming exhibition: Llanidloes Artists’ Autumn Show, Minerva Arts Centre, Llanidloes, Mid Wales. Opening 2-3pm Saturday 26th October. Runs until 2nd November. Exhibiting artists: @jeremyandrews395, Minna Barnes, @junkoburton, Kelli Di Capri, Vivi-Mari Carpelan (@tightropedancer66), Leanne Cordingley-Wright (@studiomayfly), @sandycraigartist, @gardiner_irene, @artbyosian, @erin.l.hughes, … Continue reading
Some images of my work are in September’s Art Share Love Wales. These can be seen in the Great Welsh Landscapes feature, alongside the wonderful artist Louise Collis and many others. https://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/69e946_81846f99a82f42b1b9035ba4eb98eed1.pdf
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I called this one ‘Tap’, as a working title, but later it became ‘Restroom Affirmations’. I created it for the International Women’s Day exhibition, organised by Women’s Arts Association, at Llanover Hall Arts Centre in Cardiff. Those moments when we … Continue reading
I am currently exploring ideas based around a study of Endurantism, or Endurance Theory; the identity of something persisting across time. Google ‘Ship of Theseus’ for a conundrum. The counter-theory is Perdurantism – identity as a series of temporal parts.
Health constraints can limit my energy and occasionally I have to observe rather than experience the landscape outdoors. I have been studying the transient effects of light on the form of the landscape that I see from my window, and I am developing work using somatic mark making and repetition drawings as an emotional interaction with the landscape as it experiences subtle change. I will translate these into larger pieces.