Monthly Archives: July 2010
Ravishing Beasts is one of my favourite websites, one that I get a lot of inspiration from. Set up by Rachel Poliquin whose interest in taxidermy began as a fascination with both its animal-objects, lingering old and musty beyond their natural course, and … Continue reading
I like Yago’s work…
If you haven’t already registered, you should. This competition is open world-wide and is a chance for artists to get their work shown in Aesthetica Magazine. The Aesthetica Creative Works Competition is internationally recognised for identifying new artists and writers … Continue reading
Steve (pictured below), is going to be on the next cover of Appliance. Appliance is a mini publication by the Artists Alliance.
I have been having a little bit of a break for the past couple of weeks. I haven’t been painting or making anything, I thought it was a good time to recharge my batteries. Instead I have been tidying up … Continue reading
I thought I would share the images of all of the pieces from Interviews with Escapists. Above: Alvin, Homeless – Acrylic on board, 1000 x 1000mm Above: Sophie, Stay-at-home solo mum- Acrylic on canvas, 1000 x 1000mm Above: Lloyd, Homeless … Continue reading
Well this time I was not actually stalking him. Honest. I was having a conversation with a few people about my exhibition and it just so happens that one of the people I interviewed for Interviews with Escapists, actually knows Mac … Continue reading
I found these cute little baby animals on ZooBorns. It’s a Mouse…it’s a Deer…no, it’s a Mouse Deer Mouse Deer are the smallest members of the animal family that includes pigs, hippos, camels, deer, antelopes, sheep and goats. Adults are … Continue reading
Beautifully made, but sorry, a bit too creepy for me…and I have a pretty wild imagination and actually really like strange things. The Artist is Kate Clark, here is a snippet from her artist statement: Studying the tension between personal … Continue reading
Monster Skin Rug by Joshua Ben Longo (2006) Cashmere, Wool, Polymer Clay, approx. 36in x 50in Bit different from having a boring old beer skin or zebra skin rug…don’t you think?