Posts Tagged ‘art’

Exhibition catalogue. X-10 Pŵer yn y Tir/ Power in the Land. Editors: Helen Grove-White and Annie Grove-White. Published by X-10, 2016. Ysbyty Ifan (St. John’s Hospital) is a remote and beautiful hamlet in North Wales. The surrounding landscape feels like Icelandic tundra, or moonscape. In the summer, the expansive mountaintop flickers with the white fluff […]

Stephen Sheehan One piece of work that I really want to see again at Liverpool Biennial (various venues til October 2016) is a video in the Liverpool Biennial Associate Artists Exhibition at India Buildings on Water Street. As a bit of background to this part of the Biennial, here’s what they say: The Liverpool Biennial […]

Strand // Llinyn 11/1/14– 29/3/14 Artists exploring the use and symbolism of hair in contemporary art practice. Ken Ashton (Deeside) Jane Copeman (Cheshire) Marion Michell (London) Tabitha Moses (Liverpool) Jeanette Orrell (Denbighshire) The exhibition is supported by a loan from Amgueddfa Ceredigion Museum of hair items including Victorian mourning jewellery, and items from Jeanette Orrell\’s […]

Carving out space 12th January – 10th March 2013 Ruthin Craft Centre Gallery 1, 2 & 3 Ornithology Gary Breeze letter forms Warwick Freeman jewellery Jim Partridge, Liz Walmsley furniture David Nash sculpture Guy Taplin carved birds Curated by Amanda Game Carving out space brings together six artists and makers who explore intellectual and physical […]

The First Cut


If you’re looking for something to do over the Christmas Holidays can I recommend a visit to Manchester City Art Galleries. The current exhibition is astonishingly good and will prove popular with all ages. The First Cut features a remarkable range of contemporary artists who are using paper in their work. There’s Rob Ryan, Su […]

The Sketchbook Project – “Milltir Sgwar / Square Mile” “It’s like a road trip, but with sketchbooks”. “The Sketchbook Project is a global, crowd-sourced art project where participants from all walks of life are sent a sketchbook … fill the pages and return it for inclusion in a traveling exhibition and permanent collection at The […]

A Great Place to Read – Poets House, NYC Reading has always been something of an obsession. My parents were not avid readers although they read to me and taught me to read before I went to school.When I was ten I went to the local library during the school holidays and chose my books, […]