‘Transformation’ Exhibition – Sketchbooks

The Research behind the work This week we feature the sketchbook behind the work of Jenny Leslie. Jenny’s research draws on her interest in the wild parts of Britain and the endangered species of lichen and fungi to be found there. She has visited British ancient woodlands such as Wistman’s Wood in Devon and Applecross in Scotland: […]

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Hello

Hello – by Katrina Palmer – is part of Estuary 2021 which has artworks stretching 107 miles of the Thames Estuary Coastline. It is located on East Beach at Shoeburyness close to the M.O.D. site.  It is a large concrete form based on a sound mirror. Between the World Wars, before the invention of RADAR, parabolic sound […]

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‘Transformation’ Exhibition – Sketchbooks

The Research behind the work This week we feature the sketchbook behind the work of Angela Brookford. “I did a lot of drawings of my mother in her last years. It was a way of being with her, since the dementia made it impossible to have a normal conversation. I started to work on these […]

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‘Transformation’ Exhibition – Sketchbooks

The Research behind the work This week we feature the sketchbook behind the work of Felicity Borwick. “My journey began by tracing the journey of places that I have lived in my life. The inspiration for ‘Transformation’ was initially prompted by the proposal of a major new road in Suffolk. As my research developed and […]

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Alice at the V&A.

Janette and I originally had tickets for this exhibition in March but we had to wait a further two months before we could step down the rabbit hole into the Sainsbury Gallery, follow the White Rabbit and experience this most curious of worlds imagined by Lewis Carroll and created by John Tenniel. I’d used Tenniel’s […]

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