In the past few months I have been exploring a new body of work inspired by distorted panoramic landscapes. Using collage and mixed media I have juxtaposed photography with line drawing and collaged images with mixed media onto canvas. Working on several pieces at the same time…some still works in progress:
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This weekend- praesentia will be at St Albans Christmas Market- hope to see you there.
@ St Albans Christmas Market
we will be there this coming weekend
St Albans Christmas Market
St Albans knows a thing or two about markets, having one of the oldest regular markets in the UK, dating back to the 9th century.
So what better City to hold a European-style Christmas Market, with up to 65 chalets?
The 25-day event from 27th November to 21st December will offer exhibitors and visitors a high quality experience at a seasonal event that combines the best elements of a traditional German style market in a fantastic location in the medieval heart of the City, around the magnificent 11th-century St Albans Cathedral and in the beautiful Vintry Gardens – a walled garden adjacent to the Cathedral.
The site, located in the “niche and…
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Art Trail 7 Nov – 24 Nov 2013 Hertford Town Centre shop & businesses trail map to follow soon
Launch Event and one day show of work sculpture, video, printmaking, textiles, installation
at Courtyard Arts Centre on sunday 10th Nov 1- 4
free on site parking on Sundays. Location Port Vale, Hertford SG14 3AA
Caryl Beach, Sally Tyrie and Veronica Grassi studied together at the University of Hertfordshire on the MA Fine Art course and are currently based at Digswell Arts Trust studios. Following on from a show at Courtyard Arts in Hertford in 2012, which examined Hertford’s heritage, they have come together again to create work that responds to one of Hertford’s historical residents, Alfred Russel Wallace.
‘Wallace 100’ Art Trail coincides with nationwide events being organised by the Natural History Museum and partner institutions around the world to ‘commemorate the life and work of Alfred Russell Wallace on the 100th anniversary of his death in 1913’.
THE ART TRAIL IS NOW FINALISED AND DETAILED BELOW ARE THE OPENING TIMES OF THE VENUES: