March 20, 2013

Gray's School of Art

HardGround (with logos)

The obsession for making is a powerful force of nature.

In the midst of putting together a body of work for exhibition, the search to articulate ideas and philosophies can be all consuming.

You have no choice.

When you go to sleep you notice images projected on the inside of your eyelids. Your brain will not allow you to stop and you become alert to any and all possibilities for your work. You are constantly considering hierarchy between concept, context and process. The morning cannot come quick enough.

This acute state of mind is an important piece of the jigsaw for an art student. An articulation of a visual educational journey that starts at art school but that never really stops and maybe only gets more difficult after graduation and beyond.

The strength of this exhibition lies in the breadth of thought and innovation with media through fine art printmaking…

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