Drawing a Life-size Sauropod Vertebra illustration

How to challenge yourself by drawing a Huge sauropod vertebra life-size in colour!
the biggest (quite literally) scientific illustration I have worked on so far, have a look at how a drawing develops over time and how colour effects the drawing process.

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A New Chapter

The Past few months have been a strange period of mass adjustment and what they tell you in Art School is true… staying motivated may…

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Collecting In Shanklin

Several moths ago I was introduced to collecting fossils on Shanklin beach, here the cliff exposure changes along the bay however, the beach huts and…

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Facing the pieces

Over the past year I have been struggling with how to exhibit and show my work. I now have a collection of fragments of porcelain…

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Tacita Dean

I was recently introduced to the work of Tacita Dean and found her work in a volume of Vitamin D in the library, from the…

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Current Studio Reflectons

Since starting the MA my practice has altered, I am now beginning to investigate how my current concepts have shifted and understand how this directly…

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Re-walking the Red Cliffs

These are the cliffs I walk, under, over, again and again and again. These are the Cliffs I re-visit retracing new steps each time. My…

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Fossil Slabs Beach Experiment

For some time I have been wanting to experiment with some fossil slabs on Yaverland beach. the slabs themselves contain many fossilized shells along with…

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Studio Thoughts

                                                                                                                                                    My heads too crowded There’s someone screaming about memories, whilst other calls to the cracks in my work. This…

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Shanya Lieb

Glass sculptor, Lieb is an american artist Known for her glass blowing. She graduated with an MFA in 2003 specialising in glass and metalwork. she…

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Suzie Mcmurray

Looking at the work of Susie MacMurray, I enjoy her playfulness with materials she describes herself as an alchemist and I relate to this material…

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Shark Teeth Of Bracklesham

A range of Fossilised Sharks Teeth A Collection Of Fossilised Teeth One Of the best fossiling finds at Bracklesham is shark teeth, these range greatly…

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Fossiling In Bracklesham

A large Turitella Fossiling at Bracklesham is normally a rewarding trip when it comes to finds, my first trips out there were rather unsuccessful only…

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Jennine Marchand

Marchand uses white clay in a similar way to my initial experiments at the beginning of my MA, after investigating her work more thoughtfully I…

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The translucency of porcelain

High Fired porcelain wall mounted After some experimentation I have come to understand the two valuable components that allow porcelain to become translucent.  My porcelain…

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Studio Wall February 2018

Currently Enjoying my wall of inspiration, the photographs are from my recent fossiling trips along with my own glazes on hand cut ceramic tiles, the…

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Thoughts

March 20, 2018 CONTEMPLATING THE CURRENT POSITION OF MY PRACTICE 20/03/2018 I have been considering where my practice currently lies and after conversations I consider…

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