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Retro dining…

With  thanks to Munch, in Hadleigh for their enthusiasm and support.  Placement of art work is a considered entity, with change of meaning possible with each new stage.  Here, I was able to take on more of a stylist role, siting my work as a focal point, to bring balance to the retro interior - My work created a middle ...

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‘Boxed’

Based on ‘unstructured play’, this workshop provides children of all ages/parents with the tools to create what their imagination leads them to.  The activity is designed to encourage parent-child teamwork but allows for the parents to step back and let the children take the lead on what to make where appropriate.  ...

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Leigh Art Trail 2014 – Animate, Coordinate & Collaborate!

This year saw me take on a diverse range of roles for the Leigh Art Trail, as I aimed to get to know my new home-town a little (or a lot) better: Coordinating the educational activities, marketing, collaborating with many creative minds and being welcomed to undertake the task of being a Director of the Leigh Art Trail was a ...

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@Clerkenwell Design Week

                    The Hive Artists were invited to create interactive ‘live’ works within Wagstaff Interiors during the 2014 Clerkenwell Design Week: in reality a bunch of ‘fine artists’ were asked to liven up what is otherwise a ...

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Sensory Mural – Sensation Festival, Chelmsford

A large-scale mixed media sensory mural.  What started out as a blank white canvas, and previously was a hoarding, ended up a feast of textural colour pathways for all to enjoy!  My brief was to 'seduce, surprise, investigate, provoke and tease the senses of the audience'.  Voila! When asked to produce a ‘live’ ...

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‘Boxed In’ – 3 Foot People Festival

Cardboard + Sellotape + Imagination = A wonderland, card-world! Over 4 days a pile of discarded flattened cardboard boxes were transformed into spaceships, cars, houses, castles and pirate tunnels.  Imagination, sellotape and creative problem solving were the only ingredients necessary! Families embraced the ...