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Blog Update: Printing

Hello, In the past few months I have created some new work with a different medium; print. The first piece I made was by using a process called photo etching. The idea was to encapsulate the large charcoal drawing I made inside St. Anne’s Chapel into a smaller etching and make an edition of it. After going to a day’s training at Double Elephant ...

Leave Your Mark Exhibition Photos

Hello, This month I have been exhibiting some of my Artist-in-residence work in St. Anne’s Chapel. If you didn’t get chance to see some of the work displayed I have a number of photos taken of the show below. Main Room Upstairs area of Chapel Small pen and ink Drawing Three ink drawings with etching Charcoal drawing of Chapel Three drawings in pen and ...

Read about Mariners Way sculpture at Exeter University

This sculpture centres around the Mariner’s Way walk. The 73 mile route is recorded in 146,000 knots indicative of how many steps it takes to complete the journey. The Mariner’s Way Walk is an ancient journey crossing Devon; from Bideford on the North coast to Dartmouth on the South. The journey was undertaken by seamen wishing to change ships. Although the walk ...

Forum opening at Exeter University

The opening of the new forum and seeing the Queen at Exeter University was a fantastic experience and here are a few photos from that wonderful day. The crowds beginning to form outside in anticipation for the Queen arrival Michael, Anne, Amy and Edward Crumpton at Exeter University Looking out from the Forum with Mariners Way sculpture and the glass work of ...

Final stages of Mariners Way sculpture

Hello, The opening of the new building at Exeter University is less than 10 days away and with the installation of the sculpture happening this week I am busy adding the final touches to the sculpture. Here are a few photos I thought I would share with you. Here I am along the Mariner’s Way Walk when a fellow walker decided to take some snaps of me carrying ...

Month Twelve at St. Anne’s Chapel

This month I wanted to explore my own drawing within the drawing and how its relates to itself. There is a sense of time and transition within this drawing as you are lead between different spaces, each getting smaller and less defined. And this definition could relate to the way you process a drawing from start to finish, from a rough sketch into a final piece. ...

Month Eleven at St. Anne’s Chapel

This month I have been concentrating on developing the roof so that more of the wooden arches join together. The door to the right of the drawing is behind me and so it has been challenging -with the perspective- to position the door correctly. There is only one month left in St. Anne’s Chapel before work starts inside it so next month I will have to finish ...