‘Transformation’ Exhibition – Sketchbook

The Research behind the work This week we feature the sketchbook behind the work of Janette Bright. Where do we go from here?   The work began with an autobiographical timeline.  It transformed into a study of themes relating to important personal milestones.  It then became a response to ideas of time, communication, and lifelong learning, including […]

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Ships and beads and octopi

Walking through Billericay High Street earlier this year I came across this newly erected statue, commemorating 400 years of the town’s links with the first successful settlers in the Americas. Having grown up in Billericay (in Essex, UK), and attending a school named after the ship they sailed in (the Mayflower), I was surprised to […]

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My Wild Flower Meadow Safari

We had a lovely day for our Wild Flower Meadow Safari in Halsey Field at the end of June.  A very happy morning was spent looking at the many wild flowers and sketching them. Jenny Leslie In the afternoon we did some eco printing with leaves we had collected and played with some home made […]

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‘Transformation’ Exhibition – Sketchbooks

The Research behind the work This week we feature the sketchbook behind the work of Lynda Monk. In the course of her research Lynda has visited well know shrines such as Postmans Park, Crossbones Graveyard and the Bone Church in Kutna Hora.   In the attached video Lynda tells us about Postman’s Park and the […]

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What a picture!

There was a time earlier this year when E.A.S.T thought the only way we could exhibit Transformation was by having an online exhibition. It made us consider the benefits of inviting a professional photographer take images of our work. So on our first in person meeting back at Messing Hall we invited Charlie of Farlie […]

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