These are the final paintings I created for the Elmley Marshes Project. I'll upload some more of the development work later.
Friday, 27 May 2011
These are some selected pages from last years reportage project, where we visited an organization a number of times and took inspiration from that location. Mine was The RoyalSociety for the Protaction of Birds' wildlife reserve Elmly Marshes, near sheerness. This project was a lot of fun, the location was beautiful and i didn't have to put too much thought into it, it was simply reacting to the enviroment. For more information visit
again my scanners not big enough so these images are cut in half:
Monday, 23 May 2011
Recently I posted my final painting for this current project (due in tommorow) prior to their being altered and perfected for presentation. For my final presentation I plan to submit the images as Projections. For my classes' upcoming exhibition I plan to Project a slideshow of my final 10 images. Uploaded here are all of my photoshopped works:
Sunday, 15 May 2011
These are some of the possible choices for my final pieces in my current project, a project reflecting on the transformative effect light has on a scene. These are the images only half scanned (as our uni scanners just aren't big enough) and prior to my altering the images on photoshop. The images I choose will be put up in my classes upcoming Exhibition:FollowMeMaidstone and presented as projections onto a wall. I've been a little loss in finding a direction and a meaning behind this project but I'm quite pleased with the works in terms of the aesthetics.
You can get more information about the Exhibition and see links to other students works at: www.followmemaidstone.com