Archive for the ‘Land Art’ Category

Votive Jars

Posted by | Exhibiting, Land Art, Local materials, Votive Jar | January 07, 2015
Over the past few years I have been placing tiny Votive Jars out in the landscape as offerings to places that inspire me and hold significance within my work.   This is an idea that came out of reading through some of my old Archaeological literature from my time at university.  One area that particularly caught [...] Read More

Jerwood Makers Open – Veneration Bells

Posted by | Bells, Exhibiting, Jerwood Makers Open, Land Art | March 17, 2013

I have been selected for this years Jerwood Makers Open, a prestigious commissioning award giving five makers the opportunity to freely develop new ideas central to their individual practice. For some time I have been exploring the concept of veneration, with this opportunity I will be using large porcelain bells as a symbolic form to […]

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Atencion i

Posted by | Earth to Earth, Exhibiting, film, Land Art, Tme Lapse | May 08, 2012

  I am very excited that my film ‘Earth to Earth‘ is going to be shown at an outdoor event in the centre of Buenos Aires on the 17th of May. Alongside story-telling and poetry, video art will be shown on huge LED screens ordinarily used for advertising. The aim is to create a contemplative […]

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Posted by | Land Art, Research Grant | November 14, 2011

                                      The starting point for this idea comes from my degree in Archaeology and Anthropology. One strong rhetoric within archaeology is that the placing of standing stones, the burial of the dead and building of monuments all […]

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A Night of Rain

Posted by | Earth to Earth, Land Art, Research Grant, Tme Lapse | October 23, 2011

  Seven days of waiting and watching every change in the weather and this is what I found on Sunday morning. 20,000 images and the disintegration of the Jar happened in the dead of night, unable to be seen by the camera. The footage is amazing but what an anticlimax to have missed the defining […]

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Votive Jars

Posted by | Land Art, Landsketch, Local materials, Research Grant, Votive Jar | June 01, 2011

I have been reading through some of my old Archaeological literature from my time at university and have come across some interesting concepts. One area that particularly caught my interest is the burial or deposit of objects within the landscape by the people of the Neolithic. Human bones, animal bones, tools and even pottery were […]

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Big Fire, Burn Pot

Posted by | Firing, Land Art, Landsketch | March 15, 2011
                      Between the cliffs and the fields lies a stretch of common land, through which runs the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. Much of the land is now owned by the National Trust. This stretch of wilderness that can seem like a wild landscape of rock, sea [...] Read More


Posted by | Land Art, Landsketch | January 04, 2011

                    Caer Bwdy, the source of the beautiful purply sandstone used to build St.Davids Cathedral has always been a place I am drawn to. The scale and colour of the pebbles at the cove are unique. Sketching is not something I do often enough, I think […]

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