Event will take place at the venue of my new solo show 'Patterns of Movement' and will consist of two parts. 6.30 - 6.50pm. On site tour of the exhibition - I will present 4 new figurative artworks that explores forms and posture’s found in contemporary choreography. I will also give an insight into my influences of narrative and costume in traditional circus performance. 6.50 - 8.30pm. Making of the Artwork - I will provide a station for each participant. This will include an assortment of art materials and supplies. Working to a theme, a short time will be spent selecting fabrics and trimmings to create the artwork. I will also encourage you to consider personal responses and cultural associations with the fabric as you cut out shapes and motifs to produce a stunning piece of imagery. - A personal enjoyment of mine is to end with a short show and tell! I will invite you all to share your artwork if you wish. I find this a great exercise to broaden our understanding of how narrative is achieved through visuals.
I’m a London-based Artist of 4 years and have taken part in exhibitions across Europe and Canada. Inspired by collage, I work with textiles and mixed materials to produce distinctive, three-dimensional, figurative artworks. Having led a successful workshop sponsored by the British Council in Ghana, I bring this expertise to a similar event at my new solo show in London. My aim is to encourage and guide participants to create their own artwork from recycled wax print material. This workshop will also explore the versatility of collage and textiles to tell stories and communicate ideas.
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Event will take place at Circus, a boutique management consultancy in Central London. Circus is the venue of my new solo show 'Patterns of Movement' and I look forward to sharing my artwork. The workshop will take place in the garden room of the building - a large airy workspace to inspire creativity!
最多可供8位年滿18歲的旅人參加。 No background of expertise is required. This is a engaging exercise which encourages the creation of exciting imagery and the development of storytelling.
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