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Gallery – Part 2

This gallery contains 15 photos.

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Project 3 First Three Dimensional Structures

1 Pots and Pans For my first attempt at a stacked structure, I was inspired by Gupta’s Line of Control made out of a towering heap of pots and pans. The idea of re-imagining tools I use each and every day … Continue reading

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Project 3 & 4 – Second Large Sculpture

My ambition for this sculpture is to develop the earlier ‘Listening Ear’ sculpture on a larger scale and, ideally, incorporating stone as well as wood. Firstly, I used paper clay, as before, to cast a large dish based on an … Continue reading

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Project 3 & 4 Large Sculptures and Drawings

My researches into Eva Hesse made me want to produce a sculpture which used non traditional construction and possible soft or organic materials. The local arts recycling centre had been donated a bag of short offcuts of upholstery cording and … Continue reading

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Sketching Sculpture in the Tate Modern

Two recent study visits to the Tate Modern have given me the opportunity to sketch some of the sculptures there. This first sketch is Agricola III, 1952  by David Smith, and American sculptor. Here he has taken old agricultural implements … Continue reading

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Study Visit – Richard Diebenkorn

This weeks study visit to see the Diebenkorn exhibition at the RA, followed by a visit to Tate Modern to see work by his peers and contemporaries, gave me much food for thought about artistic process. The Diebenkorn exhibition is … Continue reading

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Research – Eva Hesse

Talking to a tutor on a Study Visit about where I was in my courses and my thinking, she suggested I look at the work of Eva Hesse. I found an instant connection with her work in its use of … Continue reading

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