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Multiples installation

Multiples installation, in flux.  This piece will continue to grow as my body of work continues to grow and change. Materials used: Fine silver, sterling silver, 18k yellow gold, paper, cellulose acetate, photocopies, ink, graphite, foam core, steel pins.   7 more words


Untitled (Language is a virus)


This is my final piece for the class I took this summer, an independent study section of a course called titled Multiples.  Though only one piece it encompasses many of the techniques I’ve been exploring.   129 more words

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Morphing forms


These three pieces have continued to morph and change, just as I intend.  However they have finally reached that point of … finality?  This is a hard place for me to accept, but I’m going to give it a try.   60 more words

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A Critical Assessment of Contemporary Studio Practice and the Post-Modern Condition


Jennifer Lee Hallsey, May 2014


In the past thirty years there have been a number of papers written about the death of post-modernism, the post-modern condition, as well as manifestos calling for an upheaval of theory. 3,584 more words

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What to wear? How to wear?

A sense of style is not necessarily something that you should be born with. It is brought up consciously, developed by paying attention to the ocean of current fashion trends where you find something that suits your looks, personality and lifestyles. 498 more words

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Double Flipside Exhibition at R-Space Gallery.

I made a short trip down to Lisburn for the opening of ‘Double Flipside’, an exhibition of work by Dr Sarah McAleer & Eddie J Doherty… 630 more words



“We have to remember that what we observe is not nature herself, but nature exposed to our method of questioning.

[…One must never forget that in the drama of existence we are ourselves both players and spectators.]“ 9 more words

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