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Gay Wilsher

Seeking Colour In the last twelve months of my degree course I have been working in an increasingly abstract way and have enjoyed the freedom this gives enormously. My work is experimental and experiential. It is the process that excites … Continue reading

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Elsie M White

My work is based around a complexity of emotions.  I decided to work with clay for its malleability to help me to express my feelings.

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Roo S Waterhouse

Significant Accumulations The souvenirs and valuables which we put in pride of place on the mantlepiece may be the obvious objects of significance and veneration in our lives; however, of equal importance are those ordinary tools of domestic life with … Continue reading

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Katherine Wackerbarth

I am a printmaker and in my practice I am currently exploring the co-existence of contrasts, in particular, chaos and order. In the creation of monotype prints I aim to achieve a balance between randomness and control, both in the … Continue reading

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Sarah Stone

‘Inhabited space transcends geometrical space’                                                                                  Gaston Bachelard  My work is about our relationship with three different dimensions of ‘home’, and explores the interplay between these aspects. Material home……our houses provide us with shelter and contain objects which support us … Continue reading

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Debbie Shortall

Debbie Shortall – ‘Frayed 2010’ Sometimes I start with a personal response and end up with something universally felt and understood. At Other times, my response is prompted by the universal and expressed in a very personal manner…

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Christina MacRae

I explore the act of collection. How do objects change when we choose them? Do the things we collect have a life of their own? How much are they animated by our desire to possess them? I collect second-hand and … Continue reading

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