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The Observatory buildings completed

Hello. Here are some links with a feast of images and descriptive information discussing the competition myself, Charlotte Knight, Mina Gospavic, Ross Galtress & Lauren Shevills won in April 2014. This project was led by SPUD, based in Winchester. Enjoy! A BBC article – click here for article FCBS Studios – click here for article Ideasgn – ...

A Voyage of Transformation for Mariners Way Sculpture

A new sculpture, ‘Mariners Way II’ made of contemporary materials in the form of a knotted rope sphere is now on display at the University of Exeter’s Streatham Campus. Created by Devon-based artist Edward Crumpton, the sculpture is a memorial to an ancient walk across Devon, the Mariners’ Way. It echoes an earlier spherical sculpture on Campus made by Crumpton ...

The Observatory Rope Screen Video

The creation of the rope screen for the observatory project by artist Edward Crumpton from Edward Crumpton on Vimeo. In 2014 Edward Crumpton was the winner of THE OBSERVATORY prize organised by SPUD. Edward is part of the prize winning team that included architects Charlotte Knight, Mina Gospavic, Lauren Shevills and Ross Galtress to design and create a ...

Photos of solo exihibition at 44AD

Here are some photos of my 2014 April solo exhibition at 44AD in Bath. It brings together all the different walk and journeys I have been on during and since my graduation six years ago. The large wall and floor space meant that I could experiment with hanging varying technical drawings and paintings alongside large sculptures which gave the public a change to ...

Neg. Space Drawing Workshop & K.Jackson Talk

Thank you for everyone who came to my drawing workshop at the White Moose on the 12th March. I was glad to be a part of Art Waves Devon program and that people who came to the workshop enjoyed participating in the techniques of using negative space drawing in the still life. Also that evening the Arts and Culture team were holding a talk by artist Kurt Jackson at ...

Construction of Mariners Way Passage House

It has been quite a journey from the unraveling of the Mariners Way ball, the cleaning, the re-knotting and now the execution of the new form; the passage house. There were a number of factors against me as I now have less rope available and even less time to construct it in. I wanted to stay true to my original idea that included an entrance and exit of the ...