Joel spent the day investigating the space around him:
At the start of the day Jane (day 8) brought in her finished work inspired by the art from Westley Middle school: Then Deborah started on her response to the space:
Jane took photographs through the windows of the Cloisters – just beautiful:
Jacquie Campbell has been coming in on and off for the last few days and on Day 6 she came along with Lyn Whitehead and made the book illustrated in the photos below. Come down to The Cloisters and have a look at this treasure – we are open until Saturday at 4pm
Sara “did a bit of printing and lots of talking and gave a few people a little print. So overall a good day – making, talking and giving something.” Thank you so much Sara – love the images
Di Kennedy came along with her “mindful” paintings, so thoughtful and peaceful. Please note an important part of mindfulness on the bottom right hand corner of the second photo!
Not only were the Kirins artists in residence on Day 2 of the Fine Not Fine Art Exhibition but also we had the very talented Sylwia Dylewska. She worked with lino, she described her work as being about creating a texture on a surface:
The Kirins in residence this afternoon: Myself (Stephen) and Lorna felt drawn to illustrating hands in the Cloisters which were touching the environment and feeling the perimeters of the architecture, touching and being at one with the environment being an archetypal mindful activity at the same time.
5 conversations 72 steps Collecting material, sensing space
Our artists in residence have been given this brief: ” Sensory boxes are a technique used to great effect to help distressed children self-soothe. The technique is built around creativity and personalisation” The above is part of our first funding bid to take creative workshops into schools. We are leaving it deliberately loose so you Read more about The Fine Not Fine Art Exhibition Artists in Residence[…]