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Our Dahlia Allowance

the lazy susans x the flower project Over lockdown, 3 entrepreneurial MA students founded The Lazy Susans – a curatorial collective Our Dahlia Allowance, showing the work of two artists, painter Enya Lachman-Curl and local sculptor Ramona Zoladek, who will be responding to themes of temporality and re-connection with the natural world. ROMANA ZOLADEK Untitled I, Untitled […]

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“Better Late Than Never” Cambridge School of Art + Local Artists Exhibition Article

Introduction “better late than never” After the Cambridge School of Art Exhibitions were scrapped last year due to Covid-19, the BA class of 2020 at Anglia Ruskin university contacted Gallerie V in the hope that they could rig their cancelled show in the not-for-profit gallery space. ” I feel so grateful to be given the […]

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language and image ink calligraphy originals on paper BRUSH CALLIGRAPHY Brush Calligraphy 001 Ink, acrylic ink and acrylic on paper21.0 x 29.7cm Brush Calligraphy 002 Ink, acrylic ink and acrylic on paper 21.0 x 29.7cm Brush Calligraphy 003 Ink, acrylic ink and acrylic on paper21.0 x 29.7cm Brush Calligraphy 004 Ink, acrylic ink and acrylic […]

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Autumn Exhibition

“Diaspora Vapor” is a collection of works which aims to further the research, experiments and ideas initially explored in “Dyfed Forests”. By working in monochrome, I assess and manipulate mixed media to create an image that concerns the concept of space and distance, balanced by paths within macro-micro compositions inspired by the landscape. By utilizing […]

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From Transexperience in Chinese Art — mollsdiary

Over the past few weeks, I have been reading more about Chinese art. More specifically the Chinese diaspora and how transexperience effects intent and the resulting product of an artwork. This led to further investigation into creative practices. During the eighties and nineties, many Chinese artists migrated to the west (USA, Australia, UK, Germany, France, […] […]

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