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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 ...

The Observatory Project close to completion

Hello, Over the course of the six months a lot of design and development has taken place on The Observatory project and with only a few weeks to go until the launch I thought I’d give you a sneak preview of the building and rope screen. The Observatory II – taken 17th December 2014 In the photo you can see two observatories, one of which will be for ...

The Observatory

Competition Winner Announced! After much deliberation and careful consideration by a highly experienced panel of judges, a design developed by of team of five young graduates in architecture and art was chosen. Four members of the team are all part of Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios in London, with the fifth member being Devon based artist Edward Crumpton.    The ...

Edward Crumpton : Negative Space, A Drawing Workshop

Date: Wednesday, 12th March 2014 Start time:  2pm End time:  4pm A FREE workshop run by Swimbridge based artist, Edward Crumpton is being held at White Moose gallery, which will look at the techniques of negative space drawing. This approach is used to prevent the logical mind from assigning a symbol to the object being drawn, focusing on observing what is ...

Solo Exhibition at White Moose & artist talk

Edward is pleased to announce that he is having a solo exhibition of his Mariners Way project. There is also an opportunity to hear the artist talk about his inspiration for this project, the ancient maritime route from Bideford to Dartmouth and his realisation of this extended journey into the current exhibition of sculpture, paintings, drawings and wood ...

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 ...