Monthly Archives: March 2011

‘Real’ Space

This week I have been researching how artists and designers work in surprising and innovative ways with space. I have been considering working with space and the connection it could have with portraiture. I realise that I have experienced many … Continue reading

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Virtual Space

I have started to consider the environment I would like incorporate elements of portraiture into. This feels like an onerous task. I have started by looking at the anthropometric data for an individual. Literally; ‘What are your measurements?” These measurements are … Continue reading

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Why “Form, face and free space”?

I chose this, as elements of my work concern form, portraits of faces and the use of space. Free space? Wouldn’t it be nice if space was free! I find large open spaces allow my mind to relax and expand. … Continue reading

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Day one of blogging, and I truthfully wonder who will read this…

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