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I have always held a passion for Art Practice although my previous career has been within the Horticultural industry and plant science research. I previously gained qualifications for Horticulture, Applied Biology (Plant Sciences). Since 1998 I have increased my education in art as a change in direction. My specific interests are three dimensional work with kinetic elements, painting, printing, sound art and video. My work aims to show my fascination with living organisms, a constant cycle of new life and degeneration. I consider organic function to be similar to that of a machine and the cycle of time.
member for 11 Months
“Witches decent” is an authentic and original one off, never to be replicated sculpture by Isadora Cunningham Reyna, completed on June 20th, 2015, in Taunton, Somerset, UK. It was created with air drying clay as the base and super sculpy oven baked clay to finish, then painted with artist quality acrylic paints finished with a glycerin and satin finishing spray. The sculpture measures 33 x 33 cm including the stand (28 x 33 cm not including the stand) and weighs 3.5 kg (including stand). The sculpture stands on a handmade wooden stand measuring 13 x 13 cm in length and 3 cm in height with a metal bolt in the middle and is finished with polish and a gloss finishing spray. The sculpture also comes with the certificate of authenticity. Unique Code (found on the bottom of the stand): 1.S.H. Collection: Spanish heritage
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Having completed a degree in Applied Creative Design with first class honours in 2010, Janet is now embarking on a Masters in Fine Art at The University of Bolton. Her blog entries are an intrinsic part of her self development and critical awareness. she has completed a blog throughout her three year degree studies which is available at: hollins090164.wordpress.com She plans to continue this blog recording her endeavours as she begins her MA in Fine Art. Janets blog exerts will also be on the a-n degrees unedited web page. hollins090164.wordpress.com/
member for 4 Years
I am an artist and lecturer living in Yeovil, Somerset. My art explores abstract expressionism, nature and spirituality. The foundations of my art practice are…. love, colour, beauty and truth, Inspiring colourful mixed media artwork. My work encompasses four distinctive areas which include abstract, figurative, sculptural and spiritual and can take the form of functional mixed media sculptures or canvas based pieces.
member for 6 Months
I have developed my approach to landscape painting over the past twenty years using multiple layers of oil paint, thickener sand glazes. I feel my love of colour and passion for creating work that is as audacious as the elements themselves produces a personal style that I hope echoes the vibrancy of nature.
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eel's art is mischievous and fun. His can-cam is a perfect example of this, turning the very tool of making art into art itself. His art doesn’t set out to express a profound message, indeed quite the opposite, he hopes his work will suggest the viewer look at everyday objects, situations and the world around them from a different perspective and raise an ironic smile. Eel says, 'I constantly hear the questions, ‘But is it art?’ or ‘What are you trying to say?’ I believe it's not a question for an artist to answer; it’s a question for the person viewing the art, not the creator. An artist may produce a piece with a distinct message, but someone may interpret that message completely differently. This for me is successful art. I don’t force the viewer towards a predetermined conclusion. I hope and encourage them to find their own meaning in my art.'
member for 2 Years
I have a passion for both mosaic and sculpture and I am a member of the British Association of Modern Mosaic and also Surrey Sculpture Society. I have completed both private and public commissions as well as developing an on going body of work for exhibition.
member for 4 Years