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Assignment Five – Stage 2 – Research – A

Assignment Five – Stage 2 – Research – Artists

Looking back through the artists I have researched for this module, the ones that stand out for form, texture, structure and pattern are Anneke Copier, Vincent Floderer and Issey Miyake. After reviewing my own work, I have researched further artists, techniques and cultures for additional inspiration sources that will extend my work and help to […]

Assignment Four Artists- The Veteran Pri...

MMT Assignment 4 - Research - Artists - Veterans project

Whilst researching print artists I came upon the Veteran Print Project. Established by Yvette M Pino in 2013, the project records the experiences of veterans, expressed in print. A number of artists have worked on the project since its inception and each print is the artist’s response to dialogue with an invidual veteran. Each image […]

Assignment Four Artists – Giovanni Bened

MMT Assignment 4 - Monoprinting - Exercise Four - Working with stencils

No printmaking research would be complete without reference to Giovanni Benedetto Castiglione. Credited with being the inventor of the monotype, using the reductive technique whereby the plate is inked and rags, brushes, fingers or other implements are used to remove the ink and create the image. Unlike the other printers from whom I have drawn […]

Assignment Four Artists – Kim Major-Geor

Assignment Four Artists – Kim Major-George

Kim Major-George is a British printmaking artist. Her prints are inspired by myth and fantasy and also have elements of spirituality. Major-George’s work is of particular interest to me as she uses a wide range of additional media to enhance and embellish her prints. Foils, stitching, metallic threads and other materials give her work an […]

Assignment Four Artists – Imna Arroyo

MMT Assignment 4 - Research - Artists - Arroyo

Arroyo is a Puerto Rican artist, sculptor and printmaker. Arroyo describes her work being ‘devoted to exploring the connections between the African Continent and the Diaspora’…. ‘My artistic process has been informed by these journey and my research, aimed at reclaiming my spiritual and cultural heritage. Drawing extensively on the symbolism, language and traditions of […]

Assignment Three Artists – Rachel Whiter

Ghost by Rachel Whiteread

Sculptor Rachel Whiteread was the first female to win the Turner Prize in 1993 for best young British artist. She also has the unique accolade of winning, in the same year, the K Foundation Art Award for worst British artist. Whiteread’s signature work involves large-scale casts of the interior space of objects, both everyday objects […]

Assignment Three Artists – Rebecca Fairl

Assignment Three Artists – Rebecca Fairley

It is perhaps too narrow a description to refer to Rebecca Fairley as a textile artist since her work incorporates, but also extends beyond, the traditional textile media and processes. Using textiles as a tool for surface design, Fairley imprints and embeds patterns into concrete and other non-textile substrates. This juxtaposition of the harsh, brutal […]

Assignment Three Artists – Karine Jollet

Assignment Three Artists – Karine Jollet

Karine Jollet is a French sculptor. Working with old textiles, almost always in white, she uses clothes, bedsheets, handkerchieves and other materials that are closely connected with the person. These repurposed textiles are carefully and meticulously hand-stitched then stuffed with polyester to recreate aspects of the human form. This could be a dismembered body part […]

Assignment Two Artists – Hsiao-Chi Tsai

The work of Hsiao-Chi Tsai is extraordinarily diverse, ranging from large-scale, sculptural textiles to couture, ready-to-wear accessories and jewellery. A Taiwanese-born artist, now working in London, her work is described as wearable sculpture. An examination of her millinery clearly demonstrates this. With its use of different materials, from the traditional to the innovative, her hats […]