For everyone who can not get to Bristol between 08 and 14 June here is my MA assessment exhibition in Multi- Disciplinary Printmaking. This is the culmination of 3 years study at UWE.
The work is about our contradictory relationship with the insect world, I am describing the fascination we have for museum exhibits and the study of these creatures, yet we do not necessarily have an easy relationship with creepy crawlies when they enter our personal environment. The element you are missing here is the sound of flying insects being played through the head phones next to the light bulb piece adding a flesh crawling atmosphere to the work. All the pieces are made from enamelled steel and copper.
That is the most beautiful imagining and engineerng. I think it is
Such a beautiful body of work. Congratulations and best wishes for your exhibition.
It looks wonderful. Congratulations.
I have been clicking away on each photo and loving what I see... Congratulations, what an achievement. Looking forward to seeing it all in real life!
Your work is terrific! Beautifully presented show - congratulations!
Congratulations Sue, a superb achievement. A beautiful and fascinating exhibition showing great technical skill and imagination. Each piece needs careful looking to see the subtle layering and immaculate finish. The future of enamelling looks bright.
That you'd get to the end of the 3 years and succeed was never in doubt for me and I can't wait to see this on Monday. I'm expecting inspiration overload and doubt I'll be disappointed!
So desperately sad that I can't be there and see it. These images are wonderful and truly aggravating my moth phobia. Congratulations Sue!
It was great to see it - and you - yesterday. Congratulations on such a wonderful achievement!
Sorry if that comment didn't sound quite right, but I hope you know what I'm trying to say!
Congratulations Sue. It looks wonderful.
Congratulations Sue! What an amazing body of work you have created! Wonderful.
Absolutely beautiful - dramatic and intriguing! Congratulations!
I haven't been able to do much blog-visiting lately, and I see I have missed a lot! This is a wonderful, inspiring body of work, and quite an achievement. congratulations on finishing your degree!
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