Category Archives: art practice as research

July Paintings VI (Stains)

   

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July Paintings VIII (Wiped)

         

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July Paintings VII (Sanding and Stains)

   

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July Paintings V (Impasto and Glazes)

       

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July Paintings IV (Assemblage)

 

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July Paintings III (Structures)

 

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July Paintings II

 

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July Paintings I

     

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Looking Forward

Some of Nigel Cooke’s  descriptions of different epochs of painting make me consider the Border Paintings exhibition in a revised light: Glazing     Measure Windows in the Bankley Project Space and the view from other windows? Concern for proportions … Continue reading

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On Painting and Not Knowing II

Yesterday’s supervisory meeting with Myna and Tim was thought provoking. I felt that Tim provided many answers to the continuation of my research on ruination, whilst it seemed like Myna pushed through into the nature of the project and pulled … Continue reading

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