Sep 6, 2012

Rabbit Keeping



Rabbit Keeping
artist book for studio project
found book (see iphone photo) cut up and rebound

Scuba

watercolour sketch

Rage


Rage
Artist book
Found book, altered with craft knife

feet


for painting 206
A2, watercolours and acrylics

Movie Mashup


Artist book for studio project
Found images, sellotape

The images are recycled from the display wall at the cinema where I work, each print cut in half, rearranged, and taped together in a book format.

IT'S A CAT


I had an artschool-crisis and painted a cat. ajfkjvjbvkj.
a5 panel, acrylics and watercolours

Mini flip book

Artist book for studio project
mini flip book animation, drawn with fineliner



Hands

Artist book for studio project
book of hands printed on transparencies

Flying or swimming...


Watercolours
for painting 206
Andrew is the raddest model

Wading

Watercolours and acrylic on A4 panel
for painting 206

Underwater?

A5, acrylics, for 206 painting

La Chatte Rouge

Artist Book: La Chatte Rouge
for studio project
found book, cropped with a bandsaw, perfect-bound and spine reattached


(you see?)

Some more for painting 206, A5 acrylics and watercolours

Artist Book 1: Handbook


Artist book for studio project - Handbook
MDF cover (to-scale carving of my hands);
Illustrations and cutouts on watercolor and draft paper
Poem 'When I Have Fears' by John Keats


Underwater?

Acrylic on canvas, a5
for finearts 206, painting

May 31, 2012

Finals!

The end is nigh! These are just under a foot high, acrylics on panel

May 25, 2012

Final patterns

Today is our last crit for painting 203... Yayyyy!
Acrylics on a3 canvas
Pardon the iPhone quality photos.

May 8, 2012



 This is the first in a series of watercolour paintings I'm planning at the moment - it's not for university, just a personal project. The paper is slightly larger than A3. (also it's a cloudy day so please excuse the poor photo quality!)

May 3, 2012



Some of my recent paintings for 203. Acrylics on canvas, and cardboard (top left.)
I'm into roof tiles. Not sure why.
But I could happily paint them for hours.

This is a 5x5cm canvas painting of the Eagle Nebula for our new studio project.
I also really need to upload some of my latest works for our Painting paper... will get onto that asap.
Anywho, here's a couple of 20c coin sized drypoint prints of the world, too.



Apr 3, 2012


Some paintings for our elective... dum de dum.

Mar 29, 2012

Panda Print


So I've been doing some large screen prints (a2) using found newspaper articles, where I've recreated the photograph by layering the text from the accompanying article. It's sort of an observation of 'filler' articles in newspapers - the ones that are just there to fill space with a pretty picture. I'm showing here how the few paragraphs of text that comes with them is totally inconsequential.

I think it's amazing they printed a newspaper article about pandas eating cake...

Paper bag

Making russian dolls out of a paper bag... just some mucking around. There was a really pretty pattern on the front originally, so I also cut out the in-between spaces.

Mar 20, 2012

Some more ink

Top: 2 A1 pages, left with tiny ink blobs, and the same blobs on the right aligned in the exact same places, but magnified and their outlines drawn in fineliner. (excuse the quality - the photo was taken at night.)
Bottom: A1, original ink blob (in the very middle) magnified again and again, using fine liner and calligraphy ink.

Mar 6, 2012

Hello 2012. Hello rocks.

Hello, art school. I'm baaaaaack.
This is project number one. It's a rock I found, made into a geometric net, made into an etching, printed, cut out, folded, and stuck back together. An inverted deconstructed-reconstructed rock.