From my review in Pure Arts Group Journal :
Making time to reconnect and ground ourselves in the hectic world we live in is very important for many reasons, but it is essential if we are to protect our mental health, grow and develop and fulfil our dreams and aspirations.
For artists, residencies, courses, programmes, professional development and mentoring are all critical aspects of this jigsaw.
The perfect place to spend #nationalinsectweek
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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