Category of the week – Textiles I am delighted to be included in the curated collection by Axisweb. As part of their Category of the Week, this is selection of Textiles is selected by Axis Directory member Ellen Bell. Ellen has chosen the piece ‘Learning to Sew’, seen below. You can see a collection of […]
I have been working with photos Ive taken of the lovely Walpole Bay Sea Pool, on the Thanetian Coast at Margate. This image is one of the key images I am using for the ‘INTERNAL Locus of Control’ for the project Locus of the Dress.
I have been reviewing some of the printed deconstructed dress pieces in-order to plan for the next round of printing on whole and partial garments. I will be working alongside my students at the University for the Creative Arts printing some more pieces for the project Locus of the Dress. The first year BA students […]
Blouse Limited Edition Print Pigment Print on Hahnemuhle Photo Paper 43cm x 53cm Edition of 150 To accompany the exhibition Łódź Blouse Trilogy Goldsmith is exhibiting the piece Blouse a Limited Edition Print. The piece is for sale at a special discounted price of £60 with free UK delivery. The original art piece, Blouse, is printed with […]
Ive spent the day reviewing my sketchbooks and my UCA diary/sketchbook, focusing my ideas to move forward with my project – My work diary is the ideal place for me to think through ideas as its always with me and as I have to travel on the train for two hours each day when Im […]
Sunday 24th April 2016 I will be giving an Artist’s Talk at West Dean College this evening from 5.30 – 7.00pm. This event is free – but you will have to book in advance with West Dean College. “Using textile materials and processes as a metaphor, Goldsmith explores how psychological states, emotions and memories associated […]
I have produced a publication, printed on a scarf square which includes images from the Locus of the Dress project and an introductory essay written by Dr. Herminia Hernaiz-Sanders and myself. Here is the web version artwork. The project is supported by the University for the Creative Arts, Rochester and the Arts Council. […]