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Exhibition

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Landscape: Journey to Bristol is currently on show in the Ilminster Arts Centre Open. 

 

June 11 to July 5, 2024

Ilminster Arts Centre

Workshop

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Currently I am running workshops at CICCIC, Creative Methodologies and for Create Chat Eat (see poster below for dates)

An exhibition of work created by a  range of learners can currently be seen at the Creative Innovation Centre CIC.

Teaching

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Currently teaching the creative arts to Home Education learners with Go Create at the Arts Hub at Flook House.  All learners are working towards their Arts Awards, Discovery to Gold. 

 

More details about what they do can be seen on the Arts Hub website.

The Arts Hub

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Works in Progress

Currently exploring the relationships between painting and drawing.  I am exploring the use of space, observation and colour, through the arrangement of line and colour whilst observing the space around me, rather than the paper I am drawing on.

'When I signed up to Adam’s Creative Methodologies workshops, I had no idea what to expect. I was stuck in an arty rut and looking for something to take me out of my comfort zone . These workshops are just what I needed.  We began by recording a walk with drawings and photos.  Then, using a variety of  printing methods, we explored that environment and responded to it.  We have grown cultures from mud and made ink from stones found on the walk.  l have really enjoyed this process of experimenting and exploring, without fixating on the finished result.  It’s about seeing where the journey takes you.'  Jacqueline

'I have enjoyed the printmaking and mixed media course.  It has opened up so many possibilities to me and has been a very positive experience.  I no longer think about what I can't do but what I can do.  It's a pleasure to work in relaxed atmosphere with stimulating discussion related to art and artists past and present.  I'm very much looking forward to the next 10 weeks.'  Sheila

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