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Rock Paper Scissors

I have two ceramic cows on display in the exhibition ‘Rock Paper Scissors’ at Arts Centre Washington.


The exhibition will include work made from paper, metal and stone. Origami, papier mâché, jewellery, sculpture, stone carving, ceramics will all be on display.  Like the game the exhibition explores the strengths and weaknesses and interactions between the different mediums – in a playful manner

Exhibition runs Friday 25 April until 14 June 2014.

Arts Centre Washington
Biddick Lane, Washington,  Tyne and Wear, NE38 8AB.

 

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What Has Gainsborough Done For You Lately?

New work on show in Newcastle-upon-Tyne this summer at Quilliam Brothers Tea House gallery. The work is a part of group show Tea-Total organised by a fine artist collective named Run of the Mill.  My work is titled ‘What Has Gainsborough Done For You Lately?’(2013) and examines my continual fascination with the devices inherent in parameters between art and it’s histories.

Tee-Total is open 17 – 30 August. Get yourself along and enjoy some of the great selection of teas on offer.

Entrance is free. Tea is reasonably priced and tasty.

See you. See me soon.

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an individual piece from the series
‘What Has Gainsborough Done For You Lately?’ (2013) Found paper and ink

 

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gallimaufry

I will be presenting new works from the dysfunktional ceramix family collection in a group exhibition at Bristol’s Motorcade/Flashparade. Featuring a tasty offering of work by the following artists:

Laura Cresser
Helen Edling
Anna Flemming
Graham Hutchinson
Peter-Ashley Jackson
Julie McCalden
Sarah Tulloch

Curated by Sarah Tulloch.
mish•mash proudly presents gal•li•mau•fry – a dish made of leftovers.
Thursday 16th February
Pre-preview critique: 6-7pm
Preview: 7pm-late


Exhibition continues:
Friday 17th – Sunday 19th February
12 – 6pm

Come and feast on the delectable delights of an object/image medley created especially for Motorcade/FlashParade.
mish•mash artists collect objects and images with junkshop origins and re-categorize them with a self-imposed logic. We cut, break, fold, fuse, add, subtract and re-arrange. The artists’ treatment of the source material creates a disconcerting undertone to a beguiling and playful world.

http://www.motorcadeflashparade.com/