Category Archive: Central Saint Martins

Euroart Studios and its founder Lorraine Clarke

Late last year I moved my art practice into Euroart Studios, run by artist Lorraine Clarke, my friend and fellow alumnus of Central Saint Martin’s Art & Science. Euroart Studios is a traditional… Continue reading

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MiAL: promoting emerging artists from University of the Arts London

Launching a sustainable practice as an artist is challenging, even after graduating from a world-class institution like the University of the Arts London. A career as a visual artist is by definition undefined,… Continue reading

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Lumen: a winter exhibition at the Crypt Gallery

The Crypt Gallery at St. Pancras Parish Church hosts a rolling programme of exhibitions, and has become known as one of London’s  coolest venues for self-funded shows mounted by artist collectives. This December… Continue reading

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A review of Central Saint Martin’s Degree Show One 2014

It is the season of degree shows, and Central Saint Martin’s Show One, featuring students graduating from the Fine Art courses, is currently open to the public until the 27th May.  Having graduated… Continue reading

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Metalwork Sculpture by David Stewart

Known by many students and alumni from Central Saint Martin’s college of Art & Design, David Stewart is an inspirational senior technician, artist and teacher of large-scale metalwork. His current exhibition  Melancholia at… Continue reading

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Working with steel in the metal workshop

The first stage of making the steel harmonograph was to cut out and prepare all the structural components. In a sense, the process is a bit like tailoring – you measure and cut… Continue reading

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Designing the Harmonograph sculpture

The prototype harmonograph worked well, but I wanted to create something more elegant and original that would paradoxically evoke the sensibilities of the industrial nineteenth century at the same time as expressing the… Continue reading

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Developing the Harmonograph project for my M.A.

The image above has been developed using scans of drawings created by the first prototype harmonograph that I created and displayed over a year ago at the Byam Shaw campus of Central Saint… Continue reading

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Central Saint Martin’s Degree shows 2013: M.A. Art & Science

Central Saint Martin’s college of art, part of the University of the Arts, London, is opening its doors to the public for the degree shows. This year the shows are divided into two… Continue reading

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Elephants in the British Library

A group of second year students on the M.A. Art & Science course at Central Saint Martins, including myself, plus course director Nathan Cohen and our tutor Eleanor Crook, have mounted a group… Continue reading

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Getting started with Silverpoint Drawing

This  silverpoint drawing  is by Leonardo da Vinci,  in the British Museum collection. It is called ‘Bust of a warrior in profile’ , dated 1475-80, © The Trustees of the British Museum. It… Continue reading

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