Featured Artist – Jane Moore

  Can you describe your work in five words? Intricate, passionate, magical, truthful and realistic   What is your typical process when working? Once I have delved into my imagination, I research, observe and prepare for the drawing. Working from life, photos, memory or imagination I then put pencil to paper, getting lost for hours […]

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Featured Artist – Eleanor Pearce

Can you describe your work in five words? Drawing records time around subject What is your typical process when working? I work from observation from flowers or insect specimens. I also draw from natural history illustrations and photographs. I work on my drawings over a long period, often returning to them again and again. They travel […]

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Featured Artist – Cyrill Tronchet

  Can you describe your work in five words? Ephemeral, Natural, Whimsical, Living, Organic What is your typical process when working? As all my creations are wearable, I like to see the model before starting my sketches/design process. Then I begin to lay out all my materials to help to envisage the stages of making. The end product […]

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Finalist – Emma Elliott

  Can you describe your work in five words? From the microcosm comes the macrocosm What is your typical process when working? When I start a piece I tend to work rapidly to get the idea out, similar to spontaneous sketching, then once it is down and I see the idea taking shape pictorially, I […]

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