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Threadneedle Prize 2013 Shortlist

So chuffed that my sculpture ‘Conformation’ has made the Shortlist for the 2013 Threadneedle Prize. This piece represents the pinnacle of my artistic development during my graduation year at the Art Academy and is the last sculpture that I completed … Continue reading

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Consolidation following Cornwall and a Positive Term

In the final year at The Art Academy there’s less structured teaching time and more emphasis on personal development and working towards the all important end of year Graduation Show.  There are frequent group crits to keep the group on … Continue reading

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A term of Sculpture and Drawing at the Art Academy London draws to a close

The Summer Holidays are upon us – it must be time to reflect upon the term that was…. This term I did two modules, Dynamic Figure and Anatomical Drawing. For the Dynamic Figure class we had two models for the … Continue reading

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Did I mention the importance of Anatomy?

It’s a new term at the Art Academy and as I mentioned in an earlier post, one of my modules this summer is anatomical drawing. I didn’t exactly make the most auspicious start – our tutor, Fabia Claris,  had to show … Continue reading

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