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Avedon, Arbus, Adams. Beckham, Kardashian.

The ability to be creatively diverse should not be reserved for those that are rich enough to decide to do it. People should be questioning the barriers that are in place in their own lives, and breaking them down.

Leaping in to the Void: Making Good Art

I was in my workshop on Wednesday and I began printing with some of the first linocuts I made just over five years ago. One in particular I enjoyed working with was a little blackbird. It occurred to me that the only reason I had made that blackbird in the first place (sad story alert) […]

The Rant That Came From the Ravilious & Co Exhibition

I spend a lot of time thinking about artists like Eric Ravilious. I compare my day-to-day creative life with people like him. I did even before I went to this exhibition at the Towner Gallery in Eastbourne. Ravilious was a Sussex-based printmaker (amongst other mediums), who engraved over 400 illustrations and drew over 40 lithographic […]