This selection of acorns was collected late August along a short stretch of the Sussex Border Path which I had been walking almost daily to visit my mother in hospital. The half hour walk home was a time for reflection and reconnection with nature as the path wandered along orchard edges with many mature Oak standards. Read on for my thoughts and research during the drawing process
Following the success of the SVAF More Than project, we decided to do it again: "More more than". The focus this time was: 'what it means to be finished' and I was sent 2 unfinished original prints by Chérie Lubbock in return for some uneditioned print experiments from my collection.
23 March - 6 April
Curated by Amanda Lynch in association with Correspondence Collective and Clayhill Arts
Initially drawn with explosive mark-making techniques on large sheets of paper, the cutting and folding process creates unexpected compositions, glimpses of textured surfaces that draw you in. As the piece grows it becomes a sculptural entity with endless possibilities for display.
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