All posts by Kay Mullenger

Time for Inspiration and Research

Seeking inspiration and following up on visual research for a new body of work is often for me quite an organic process.  I have places that are special to me that never fail to inspire, and the photo above of one of these special places transports me back there in my mind and helps me […]

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In Search of Inspiration

Having just completed work for our forthcoming exhibition ‘Transformation’, I’m seeking inspiration for my next work with EAST.

Having just completed work for our forthcoming exhibition ‘Transformation’, I’m seeking inspiration for my next work with EAST.

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Looking Up …

A couple of photos from a recent spring walk … I love to look through trees toward the sky.

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“Invisible Kisses”: an inspiration

When I happened upon the Alan Yentob Imagine BBC One programme on writer Lemn Sissay some months ago, it piqued my interest as I remembered enjoying his poetry as an art and literature undergraduate about 20 or so years ago. INVISIBLE KISSESwritten by Lemn Sissay If there was ever oneWhom when you were sleepingWould wipe […]

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Making our Marks

One of the strengths of EAST as a group is the fact that we make time to play , experiment and generally immerse ourselves in our practice. We recently had a sketchbook development session with textile artist Amanda Hislop, who was our guest tutor for the day. We experimented with mark-making using a host of […]

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