Tag Archives: Locus of the Dress

‘Drawn to Ohio’ at the Rochester Gallery

My exhibition ‘Drawn to Ohio’, is currently setting up at the Rochester Gallery, Rochester, Kent. The exhibition runs from Friday 27th November 2015 to Sunday 14th February 2016.  The Private View is on Thursday 26th November from 6.30pm. The Private View is free for all to attend. The exhibition has also featured in the November […]

Worshipful Company of Haberdashers

    This week I visited The Worshipful Company of Haberdashers’  in West Smithfield London. It is one of the Great Twelve Livery Companies and has a long history closely connected to the development of the City of London This September I will be showing work there with Ann Carrington,  Robert Bryce Muir and  John  Harris,  it will be open […]

Reviewing ‘Locus of the Dress’ project

Yesterday I visited Jane Wildgoose (Keeper of the Wildgoose Memorial Library) to discuss the development of my research project Locus of Control. Jane is acting as ‘Critical Friend’ to my two year UCA and Arts Council funded  project. The project explores The Locus of Control (a construct theory used in personality psychology) through a series drawings of […]

Crafting Anatomies at the Bonington Gallery, Nottingham

 Crafting Anatomies at the Bonington Gallery, Nottingham 7th January – 4th February 2015 I currently have two pieces of work in the exhibition, ‘Ohio Locus 27′, and ‘Mothers Touch’. ‘Crafting Anatomies will place the human body at the centre of a multi-disciplinary dialogue; exploring how this entity has been interpreted, crafted and reimagined in historical, […]