I’ve been redesigning part of my website this weekend and giving some thought about what I want to do with all my various interests. I haven’t felt very creative of late and it’s been quite a long time since I did anything arty (excluding photography, but I’ve let that slip too). On going through some… Read More »
I doodle at work sometimes, and just came across these little drawings from last year (8cm square).
Digital photographs with some colour enhancement.
These drawings are from 2003 and were so much fun to do (plus a window into my psyche).
Yes, I really did stitch my fingers together!
Little dolls photographed with an egg and red food colouring, 2002.
Just playing around with scans of my hand and arm.
Latex dolls stuffed with feathers and sewn together with hair.
Latex doll skins hung from a rack in an alternative clothes shop in 2000 as part of RAID (Regional Artists In Derby).
Bags made from dolls heads, various years.
These A4 ink figure drawings were exhibited in the entrance to Derby Museum in 2000.
These A4 ink drawings were exhibited in the entrance to Derby Museum in 2000.
I made these objects by dipping dolls heads, which had been moulded onto clay trunks, into latex. It was then pealed off and created something which looked like condoms.
Various scanned images of dolls with my face digitally superimposed on top.
100 doll candles exhibited along the isle of an abandoned church.
A small, dark fur-lined room filled with hair-hung glowing dolls heads. This was part of my final fine art degree show in 1997.
This set of traditional colour photo’s were part of my Fine Art degree exhibition in 1997.
This figure doodle was scratched into an A5 tin plate with a compass needle and then a print taken from it (1997).
Simple portraits of dolls taken on a lightbox.
These little guys date back to around 1997 whilst at university. They are really just doodles as I never expanded on the idea.
These dolls were actually part of an installation I did in my second year at uni on a Fine Art degree in 1996, entitled “The Girl Who Collected”. I hung them around the walls of dimly illuminated enclosed space.
An unfinished project from university, merging pixalated images of adult toys with phrases found on children’s toys.
Various toys photographed on a lightbox.
These A3 crayon drawings were christened “Rantings” by a fellow student at university back in 1996. They were part of a larger body of work which also included large fabric dolls made from 1970’s floral curtains.
Fake hair with treacle photographed on a lightbox.