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Processing my process

The scale of Woollenline, a huge landscape drawing, its domestic, social, political and economic arrangements forced a new way of working that now impacts on my current work, exploring identity. Slowly drawing alongside people both caring for and living with dementia … Continue reading

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Nin

  My drawing of Nin is made from beautiful rich red wool fabric cut from a military jacket. Nin was once in the Queen’s guard. he was 73 when he died recently. The background is made from studio rags It … Continue reading

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Uncredited woman

The uncredited woman, Blind printed etching, drawn lines on scrim, encased in a glass bell jar   The uncredited woman creates a map: a record of cause and effect The space determining her world Her state of being Impacted by … Continue reading

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Fragments

I think I am destined to be forever counting, either days of my life or the 27,000 plus pieces of rag need to create the image of Nin. What I won’t count are the seeming thousands of pieces of glass … Continue reading

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Another way

My partner gave me this article to read. The last sentence encapsulates so much! https://www.newscientist.com/article/mg23531352-100-how-music-can-shine-a-light-on-past-worlds-without-words/

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Reflection

What is the mirror? What does it offer? When do I really look? I can answer that last question: when I draw. Drawing offers unknowable things and then as my hands work, play with ways to articulate what my eyes … Continue reading

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Artist to artist

When I first moved to live in the Brecon Beacons one of the first painters I came across was Megan Jones, a passionate painter whose work suggests a deep connection to both the landscape and people who inhabit it. I … Continue reading

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