An introduction to cabinets of curiosities, what they contained, what their purposes were and why they fell out of fashion in the late 18th Century.
The Far Away, DreamWorld North was one of the first places I stumbled upon when I returned to Second Life in 2021 to explore abandoned places, isolated landscapes, the old and decaying and forgotten corners of virtual worlds as part of a cyber-landscape art project I’d been thinking about…
This blog shows the a Haida Thunderbird lino print over collage and acrylic.
When you keep revisiting your experience and YouTube video of an installation you experienced 3 years ago, as part of Hull’s 2018 Freedom Festival, it has to be special and the ‘Ship of the Gods’ by Anna Heinrich and Leon Palmer was just that.
I visited the ‘Reflections of Japan in East Yorkshire’ exhibition at the weekend at Treasure House in Beverley, East Yorkshire. Here are some of the exhibits…
Gertrude Hermes is regarded as one of the most highly acclaimed British printmakers of her generation but her non-existent desire
This is a selection of my abstract drawings completed in June 2021.
I accidently stumbled across Cemitério de Agramonte in Porto where I took photographs of the architecture, monuments, mausoleums and plants, creating black and white photographs, some with colour accents