Robina Richter’s inspiration comes from the Emms Valley in the snow
Alison Hulmes exuberant display of screen printed pinnies is very much autobiographical. The prints themselves come from deconstructing and reconstructing all the work she has done since embarking on the course
Janet Steer’s work, very intriguingly entitled ‘A walk in the Mountains Arranged According to the Laws of Chance’ has used maps to create memories of time and place. She has spent literally days and days weaving and spinning these intricate pieces
Catherine Fox has been studying the essence of movement in dance. She has been collaborating with several local groups of dancers and these long cloths are the result. She is very much into the use of gestural drawing in her work.
As individuals our work is very distinct, as a group we work extremely well together demonstrated by what turned out to be a fantastic exhibition.
Today is the last day of our final exhibition. I feel that it is safe to say, and I am sure that all my fellow students will agree that it has been hugely successful. Here is a brief rundown of the highlights
Louise Wainwrights work @wiltshiredawn was a study of the dawn chorus. it involved a lot of early rising!
To be continued….