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This is my latest work to display in Devon Open Studios Sept '23 😆
I'll be collaborating with Sophie Coleman & Ali Pawson. I will keep you informed of further developments...
Big shout out to the Lost and Found initiative for inviting me to exhibit my new coastal themed glass panels, as part of a Local exhibition at John Lewis in Exeter recently.
They are now currently at the Exeter Lost & Found gallery: https://www.lostandfoundart.co.uk/pages/about-exeter
The panels also raise awareness of local ecology on the Exe river :https://tidelines.uk/
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I subsequently wrote a study about how mythological narrative was evident in three works of art; one of which was a John Piper window at Coventry Cathedral.
- ancient leading craft,
- copper foil
The theme is movement, sun, sea and boats. I have tried to convey this through the use of the lead lines and bold colours.
Many people have commented, and is thankfully especially appreciated by the local residents where it is placed.
|Detail of paintwork|
My husband and I installed this sculpture on the 9th August 2009, funded by the Lottery Commission.
This community project was a year in the planning and making, together with staff and volunteers Aylesbury Youth Action. We were finally relieved for it to find its home in the sensory garden of Aylesbury's " The Grove" respite home, Buckinghamshire.
The brief from the young people using the home:
*glass framed using natural resources
*shapes that were circular/curvy/arches/meandering
*textures that rippled and bubbled
*to work with the sound of wind chimes/running water/rustle of leaves in the trees near by
*possible themes: the journey of water through leaves/trees, the fun in how nature moves, our relationship with nature.