Serena Smith artist and lithographer

See on – Dissertation Serena Smith, artist, lithographer, fine art edition printer,and lithography tutor, based in Leicester; lithography consultant to Leicester Print Workshop, Curwen Print Study Centre and Goldmark Atelier. See on… Continue reading

Dr Bren Unwin

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Collaborative Arts

See on – Dissertation Rebecca Woodworth‘s insight: An invaluable website looking at collaborative art practices See on

Dissertation and FMP thoughts for final year

Been thinking, thinking and thinking about what to do for my final year at Uni and I think I’m starting to tie myself up in knots.  I have always had an interest in… Continue reading

Joanna Kinnersly-Taylor interview: Printed textile art –

See on – Research Project for FMP In this interview Joanna Kinnersly-Taylor talks in-depth about the textile art techniques she employs as well as her influences and inspiration. See on

Visible mending

Visible mending This work makes the darning process visible as ‘scars’ on the cloth it acts as a reminder of the different experiences of conflict and especially the ‘invisible’ mental traumas of war.… Continue reading

Visit to Paris

During a University trip to Paris in February I took some wonderful photographs that will help me in all areas of my work, not just for FMP.  While there we visited, amongst other… Continue reading

Visit to ‘Light and Line’ exhibition in Leigh

On Wednesday March 14th I visited the ‘Light and Line’ exhibition showing the work of Polly Binns and Anne Morrell.  It was really interesting to see close up and first hand the stitch… Continue reading

Back up and running after a lengthy absence

I haven’t been keeping my blog up to date (although I have been trying to keep up with my sketchbook) so here is where I am up to at the moment. I made… Continue reading

Visuals to be applied to my concept

After a chat with Claire Williams, who suggested I find something visual to apply my concept to, I started looking at the sea. I lot of abstract artists are inspired by landscapes, Eleri… Continue reading