I'm still in the early days of this, but I had to do some serious thinking about what materials to bring with me to Canada. As a printmaker who had been dealt the ridiculously lucky hand of having an artist residency at Central St Martins, I had finally emerged and blossomed from my kitchen table… Continue reading Scaling back your art practice for long term travel – the early days
So in the flurry of excitement and organisational chaos of the last few months, there have only been a few days where emotions have peaked and things have become a little overwhelming. I think it's an important thing to recognise, and something which is pretty inevitable when you move to a new country. Before our… Continue reading The difficult days
So as you may well know, we're leaving the UK on June 25th with a one way ticket to Canada, where we will be giving a new life a go on the IEC visa for the next 2 years. Months have melted into weeks and then soared into days, with that odd combination of time… Continue reading And all of a sudden June is upon us
So on the 9th May I went along to one of the free CPD sessions run by the October Gallery. The session lasted just over 90mins, but was probably the most informative and productive 90mins I have ever had during a training session! Expertly delivered by Becky and Georgia, the gallery's education co-ordinators, the session took us… Continue reading Arts Facilitator training at London’s October Gallery
So a couple of weeks ago I went to see David Hepher's latest exhibition at London's Flowers Gallery. I was first introduced to Hepher's work when I was doing my A-levels (and coincidentally visited this show with the A-level Art and Graphics students' on a trip with work.) He seems to be a solid choice for… Continue reading exhibition: David Hepher // London
So this was my last Easter in the UK for the conceivable future. Aidan did his thing with friends and family in Wales, and I spent the day with my family at my nan's house in Coggeshall (a small town in Essex.) Now easter in our family has always involved an egg hunt in Mémé's… Continue reading Happy Easter!
So today started stressfully, although I decided to poeticise my commute to try and make at least that part of it less frustrating: I missed my bus by the turn of a corner, and my train by a flight of stairs. Commute aside, my mind was fully occupied this morning. I had a letter to print… Continue reading Heart in my throat