Please join us for Artist Talks
Open to all!!!
Saturday, 27 November 11AM-12PM
Debra Perkins- A series of work that continues an exploration of the mechanically and digitally reproducible image within popular culture.
Claire Lawson- Work based on the concept of giving new life to old, forgotten treasures, printed on original woodcut calligraphy from a Japanese Noh playbook printed in 1624.
Isaac Huggins- A critical commentary on the ever-growing surveillance and data-collection capabilities of the 'Smart-phone' and the effect that they are having on our sense of privacy as human beings.
Saturday, 4 December 11AM-12PM
Emi Ninoseki - Express the beauty of the human body using Japanese traditional woodcut with curved wood plates and watercolours printed on handmade Kozo paper by hand.
Dallas Perry- Before Sunrise, After Sunset is exploring ways of visualising the onset of darkness- Is this a headspace or a landscape?
Den Scheer- Monotype series that engages with the fluidity of the media to explore the movements of animals.
Saturday, 11 December 11AM-12PM
Jacqueline Watt- This work was created in 2020 in response to the Covid toilet paper rush while acknowledging the humour and pathos in a situation.
Jo Wood- It is always interesting to see how far an original piece of work can be investigated, developed, abstracted and dissected: it seems it can be a journey without end.
Liz Morrison- aims to create a sense of a woman who was steadfast despite being stigmatised and taunted for her belief.