Posts tagged art

Library Finds #1

I’m sorry I havent posted in a while! I have been working away but I don’t seem to be able to finish any projects, as soon as I get close to finishing I get distracted and move onto something else…. So whilst I try and get over this strange and unproductive habit I’ll show you some of the awesome books I’ve picked up recently from the library where I work:

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Darlunio 2014 – Penarth Pavillion’s Contemporary Illustration show!

Some of my work is currently being shown at Penarth Pavillion in the Darlunio Exhibition – a collective Illustration show featuring a variety of contemporary illustrators from around Wales.

I like to focus my work on a particular location and I really wanted to make new pieces for the exhibition so I just had to use Penarth as my inspiration! Given that i’ve lived here for a year now, this was a perfect excuse!

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I was really impressed with the work of the other artists in the show, most of whom i wasnt familiar with previously. I dont have room for everyone, but here are a few of my favourite pieces (if you want to see more…. well i guess youll have to come to Penarth!)

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Natalie Griffiths

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Suzanne Carpenter

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Philip Morgan

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Sarah Edmonds

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Julien Decaudin

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Sue Shields

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Colin Kersley (Alternative Aethetics)

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Matt Joyce

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Ian Watson

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Chris Harrendence

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St Ives

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Had a bloody lovely week in Cornwall with Duncan, although there were gale force winds most of the time we were there it was mostly sunny, with lots of excellent food and drink such as the epic meals at Blas Burgerworks (best burgers i have ever had, we went twice!) and cider in the Sloop Inn. Also there was some great art in the Tate gallery, but i’ll post more about that another time.

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