This is Cenozoic within a different space, Nature in Art, Ali and David Thistlethwaite's Gallery. It was great to have the piece suspended at a height where people could interact with it. the beams I felt was a great way of framing the piece within the space.
This Piece is inspired by the inevitable journey that we have to take. I decided to display the piece as though it was a labyrinth to reflect the Exhibitions theme: 'Point of arrival'. I felt the 3D appearance of my work juxtaposed alongside Ali's Abstract pieces looked fantastic, as we both make intercepting line marks in our pieces but in different mediums.
This is a Video Of my Sculpture Process, revealing the evolutionary process which goes inside the creation of my pieces! thanks to Si Cliff for the amazing epic sound track!!http://www.simoncliff.co.uk/sicliffband/
Textiles and Architecture Exhibition, looking in to how the innovation of colour, fabric and textile design is influencing our surrounding spaces. Ptolemy Mann's colour schemes are applied with such fine detail and finesse that the outcome is almost hypnotic. The panel expands to fill a whole pillar of the Gloucestershire cathedral, using the space to truly capturing the expanse and grandeur of it constriction.
This art work captured by the Bath graduate Anna Glassbrook uses a futuristic approach to textile techniques capture a modernist twist on ribbons and cotton organza trough layering and a florescent colour scheme.
INSPIRING IMAGES FROM MY SURROUNDINGS THIS WEEK- looking at the repetition in the industrial parts of a digger, reflecting the radiance of the sunset.
I always think when I look at the sunset with a pylon in the way.. is this adding or taking away from the image? the piece would have an element of purity if it was removed, the pylon gives structure, meaning mans need to create connection. interesting the tree in the refection. not present in the upper part, small and insignificant compared to the industrial structure.
This Bracelet I have designed was drawn from my amazing experience at Lamorran House gardens, In St Maws. This flower had such an unusual structure that I love the opportunity to create a piece to reflect it. http://www.lamorrangarden.co.uk/