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Month Nine at St. Anne’s Chapel

There was a clear bright light inside the Chapel as I entered it this morning. The sunlight was pouring in through the Eastern windows, whilst the outside of the Northern window was covered in scaffolding equipment. I took to work firstly adding 8 new sheets of paper to the left and right sides of drawing. This month I wanted to capture all the variety of light ...

Month Eight at St. Anne’s Chapel

This month I have been focusing on the construction of the roof and the way in which the arched wooden beams lie in front of (and supporting) the A-frame.So far I have drawn 17 of the beams and have connected them to one another. You can see below a close up of how I went about numbering and lining each one up so that it corresponded with the beam opposite. This ...

Month Seven at St. Anne’s Chapel

This month I focused on the the light entering the two side windows of the main room and the shadows it created on the different objects in the room – mainly the classroom tables. When I add different sheets of paper to the drawing it has a sense adding to a puzzle: the way in which the drawing expands the sense of the room whilst still keeping in context ...

Month Six at St. Anne’s Chapel

As I ran into the Chapel on a wet summer’s morning there were heavy clouds overhead that loomed over the town of Barnstaple. Inside the Chapel I familiarised myself with the room and got to work adding three new pages to the drawing, adding in the school desks, display boards the wooden beams supporting the roof. Large parts of the drawing was heavily ...

Month Five of St. Anne’s Chapel

The course of the five months I have been looking into the structure and layout of the different rooms in the Chapel and have decided to now focus on just one location that will be added to each month. What I envisage the drawing to become is a history of left marks on the paper as the room changes and becomes renovated into a light and spacious area. I have ...

Art Trek

Hello, If you didn’t manage to make Art Trek open studio’s in June please take a look at the some of the photos that were taken during June. If you would like to hear about any new work then please sign up to my free newsletter -Ed

New concept for Sculptural Installation Piece for Mariner’s Way Project

The development of Edward’s practice in the Mariner’s Way project has been to focus on a sculptural installation that bears reference to the mythological, historical and social background of ancient Dartmoor. This project has broadened and deepened Edward’s research skills and has made a direct impact on the location, construction and material which was ...