The install for our Degree Show went well on the 25 May. Three years of hard work has accumulated to this point in time for us all to showcase our work. The private view is to be held on the 1st June 2018, 6 -8 pm. The exhibition is held at the University of South […]

Preparation for Degree Show.

I am now in the process of thinking through a well-designed space for showcasing my art work to its maximum potential. How the art pieces are ultimately arranged will involve organised curation. To fully understand how it will look and fit together, I am in the process of building a small cardboard maquette of my […]

Website Report / Evaluation

Brief History of the Internet “We are all now connected by the Internet, like neurons in a giant brain” Professor Stephen Hawking 08/01/42 – 14/03/18  The internet is a global system of network of networks, which carries a vast array of wireless, electronic and optical networking technologies. Included in this vast range of information services […]

Visiting Artist Simon Fenoulhet: Tutorial and Talk at the University of South Wales (USW)

A very enjoyable and illuminating talk was given by visiting artist Simon Fenoulhet (Thursday 8th March) at USW.  Simon is a sculptor who plays with our preconceptions of the material world by skilfully manipulating everyday objects (drinking straws, table tennis balls and waste pipes) with unexpected outcomes often involving projection, lasers and light transmitting plastics.  […]

Development of the Final Degree Pieces of Art

For my degree show I shall be displaying painted folded boards together with oil paintings on canvas. All the work is in the early development stages. Shown here are my boards taking shape. There are four boards in total and will be displayed in sets of two – both sets will mirror image each other […]

The Möbius Strip and Contemporary Art Practice

Lesley Vance With no apparent fronts or backs, the forms in Lesley Vance’s paintings are slippery as Möbius strips. Edge becomes plane, plane dissolves. Broad ribbons fold over and peel away. Inner elides into outer, outer into inner. Bulges flatten, and flat planes swell. The impenetrable turns permeable before dissipating entirely. “I am constantly disguising […]

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