Every Saturday (until next week as we finish for the year) I teach Art on the Saturday school programme for Newham based 8-12 year olds at Rosetta Art Centre.
We’ve had a fantastically rich six months, covering ceramics, drawing, painting techniques, mixed media, ceramics and last Saturday had splendid results; we worked as a team and painted large-scale Aboriginal inspired animals onto a banner.
I think it looks fantastic…
Hi everyone, my apologies for being so quiet of late, I have been studying for an Illustration MA and between studying and teaching I have been working non-stop up until now.
Anyway, below is a look at my first ever narrative project (a story aimed at girl’s aged 7-9) called ‘Kitty And The Crocodile’, it is a story of friendship and acceptance, designed to be emotive and sweet.
After I finish my course in September it is my aim to publish it as an e-book and a one-off, sensory textile book with hand embellishment.
It still needs a bit of development and extra pages, but here’s a trailer…
‘Kitty And The Crocodile’
The start of collaborative projects for 2017.
Thinking about laser-cut wooden letter necklaces and prints.
Putting together Illustration series for my MA research project, focusing on androgyny, 20’s and the Flappers.
Flapper’s up the Empire State Building….
A walk in the park……(note the matching coats which have been inspired from 1920’s lift from Selfridges.
So many apologies for the delay with the animal alphabet – which if had gone according to plan would have been finished several weeks back (only just got a new scanner up and working) and busy with MA, teaching etc….
Let’s kick off with a few a day to blitz this alphabet…
O for Owl
P for Panda
Q for Quail