Monthly Archives: October 2010

Rabbit Hood (2)

I experienced difficulty of my own work not being autobiographical or illustrative. The hood made me think of dressing up – something I used to do a great deal of when younger and still do when I have the chance … Continue reading

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Boxes (2)

Helen had experienced multiple ideas in response to the boxes. Their qualities as objects appealed and she was excited about making some brooches based on the same folds. Also the idea of clothing customised to incorporate folded box forms. She … Continue reading

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Pony 2 -detail photographs

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Pony (2)

Gemma felt that she faced the challenge of an ‘impenetrable photo’.  This photo of a kneeler from a church seemed so far removed from the original piece Gemma felt she wanted to restore some of the qualities and  integrity of … Continue reading

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Second Exchange – Bridges (2)

Mandy went to visit the place where Kiran took inspiration for ‘Bridges’ though it had changed and there was now a lot more foliage.  The challenge was then for Mandy to interpret the print in her own way.  Focusing on … Continue reading

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