Tag: art

Iconical Collage

Here’s a collection, from an ongoing joyous project. Digital drawing. Was something I never thought I’d do, there’s something about Photoshop that I don’t love, couldn’t out my finger on it but it’s not for me. In the same way PCs were difficult during college but macs were easy in

Got out of my Comfort Zone

Artists Ben Bell & Dan Bown created an exhibition in Studio 20, the private view was well attended as was the exhibition and happening the next day. They organised a group painting session, like musical chairs but less energetic. Of the painters in attendance 3 have exhibited with Imprudent Collective.

BIT RELIGIOUS ISN’T IT…

if you’d prefer to listen youtube CREATIVE UPDATE-painting progression 3 years ago I was scared of drawing halos because they aren’t mine, so I leaned into that because the 6-year-old me who had to say a prayer at school every afternoon part of me decided I should. I love finding icons

One we can live with.

#AngryFeminist, a glace, ignorant look at my studio, that’s what I’m putting out into the world. I paint scary things, things that might live in any woman, ready to mutilate anything that got close or threatened. Womb dwelling, one-eyed, sharp toothy monsters. I draw angry vaginas and maternal rage, sure, I

The awkward C word.

#Christmas Did this make you recoil or shudder, too soon? yeah I feel that. This is just a gentle message to say anyone who didn’t get a print in the colour they wanted at #FAV18 I will be selling some in Norwich on the 10th November details Come see me,

Me, My work, Trauma & EMDR Therapy

Today, World Suicide Prevention Day, The Guardian Printed An article to which I gladly contributed. Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing therapy allowed me to understand why I struggled with my mental health and how deeply trauma had effected how I process information and how little authentic confidence I had.  While

Half a Person

Half a woman. Nameless, hairless, she floats in my bedroom. Blue fade of sea or sky and a yellow ark of thought and hope.This was a piece I made after an angry body (FAV17) of work and alongside a body of work I can’t face( yet to unwrap it, document

Me & Her in the studio

#breastfeeding #familymentalhealth My cis experience of having breasts has been a strange one, I’m not alone, in order to help anyone with a similar experience Im sharing mine. I was writing about breastfeeding and some ideas came up that helped me see my experience a little bit clearer. How my

Pain comes in waves.

I have anger, it is rarely seen or heard but it’s there and valid. Often my anger comes from pain, it comes in waves. Just like watching the sea roll onto the shore, periodically there is a bigger wave that rolls in and if you’re not aware, you don’t know

Talking Talks

My talk @ Shedding the Light Confrence, Lowestoft It sounds totally selfish and egotistical but I think I love talking. Which is the new branch of thinking and I’m not totally convinced. Having been a mumbler with no authentic confidence to talk about or even think about what I believed in

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