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Natural Projections

The shadows created through the trees along a path in the park was already interesting to see but as the wind picks up, the escaping sunlight darts around the floor, creating something that (particularly in #3) looks technically directed! 11 more words


A taste for honey: bees in African rock art

Helen Anderson, Project Cataloguer of African Rock Art Image Project, British Museum

In Summer 2014 the green roof of the newly opened World Conservation and Exhibitions Centre (WCEC) at the British Museum became home to a colony of bees. 1,320 more words


Tears in my eyes

Tears in my eyes, darkness sneaks by
Consuming flesh, eating with no regret,
Reflecting, Dissecting, Infecting…

Smoldering in my eyes, the man burns by
He then yells why, but others walk by… 108 more words


Site Specific Installation Project with Stefhan Caddick

I signed up for an Installation project while we were unable to use the studio space. I wanted to try something that I had never done before. 349 more words


Rabbit - Take Two!

As I was unhappy with the final outcome of the piece ‘The Rabbit (the literal)’ I concluded that the only way to overcome this was to repeat the process and have another attempt. 455 more words


Isn't that pheasant?!

The completed piece I exhibited for my formative assessment in December was not to the standards that I required. I had produced a taxidermy rabbit in which the bones were exhibited in a delicate pattern on the outside of the hide. 1,405 more words


Fine Art Collaborative Group - Final Outcome Development

Since we liked the cut out and the tracing paper, we looked into using it in the gaps of the map perhaps like the finding buildings in the map but the buildings were behind the map and the people and animals were in the populating. 298 more words