Teignmouth Recycled Art in the Landscape forms a trail of site-specific sculptural work along the seafront during August, questioning our… Read more T.R.A.I.L.
WASTE…OF OUR TIME Finale!
In October 2021 Kate Crawfurd and I had responded to a call-out from Plymouth City Council to create a sculpture… Read more WASTE…OF OUR TIME Finale!
Kate Crawfurd and I are calling our plastic waste spiral sculpture WASTE…OF OUR TIME. Plastic pollution is a modern phenomenon.… Read more WASTE…
Plastic Waste Sculpture
I am excited to be producing a giant plastic waste sculpture for Plymouth City Council in collaboration with the inspirational… Read more Plastic Waste Sculpture
Fossils of the Anthropocene at Saltash Library
Medusa of the Anthropocene (plastic, withies) Jellyfish are the most ancient multicellular organisms in the world. They are extraordinary, uncanny,… Read more Fossils of the Anthropocene at Saltash Library
Tate Exchange 2019: Propositions for Change
I have had the privilege to show my work at Tate Modern alongside other artists in an exhibition entitled ‘Beyond… Read more Tate Exchange 2019: Propositions for Change
PLASTICS and YOU
I want to make a difference: to connect with people’s emotions so that everyone feels the urgency of the environmental… Read more PLASTICS and YOU
Beachcombing Finnygook Beach 27 May 2018
A cool misty start to a warm sunny day in Cornwall. The beach looked beautifully clean at first sight. This… Read more Beachcombing Finnygook Beach 27 May 2018
Drawing and Printmaking with Natural Pigments
Kate Marshall ran an inspirational and informative course on using natural pigments at Coombe Farm Studios, Dittisham, Devon, 18-23 Feb… Read more Drawing and Printmaking with Natural Pigments
Found: Plymouth, England, 2118. This somewhat irregular, flattened, ovoid form is greyish white, translucent, cool and slimy to the touch,… Read more Ampulla Lactoplastica