Monthly Archives: March 2013
We had around 40 visitors to the Open Studio, at times the space was so busy people were Advertisements
Over the last two weeks I have recorded around 50 ‘sea-side’ stories, but
There’s so much I will miss about being ‘in residence’ here; walking beaches, sunshine, views of sea and snow on distant hills, but most of all
Recording with children and students has resulted in some great stories, poems and anecdotes; the spontaneity in the youngest voices is heart-warming, the confidence of the High School students impressive.
Normally I try to devise a method for making artwork that is engaging of others – that people would want to be involved in – it’s easy to work big that way. At the Museum however
I am suffering from a malaise; let’s call it ‘plastic sadness’. Normally around this point on a project using recycled materials I’m succumbing to the warm glow of
The workshops have begun! We’ve been creating huge sea-sourced drawings (thanks to a most generous donation of huge slices of sail-cloth – thank you Jim). Sand filled sauce-bottles – with sand from Gairloch beach – are used to create