It was so inspiring to see all the work that had been created by the third years for their graduate show. I loved seeing what sort of work the students created when given such a broad brief and it was also so interesting to see how they had all chosen such different ideas showing that you could pretty much do anything you wanted. The outcomes were all so considered and looked so professional.
Most of the students had created business cards and cvs for people visiting to take if they wanted to contact them for future work. I loved the whole concept of the exhibition and the colours looked incredible. The theme of how we get from A-B with our ideas ran through the whole exhibition and the gifts we were given to hold all of our favourite pieces in worked so well.
I was really impressed with what the third years had created and I really hope my work will be up to this standard when I finish!
These neon signs and lights were in an exhibition in Brighton at the No Walls gallery. There’s something about neon lights and colours that draws people in and in the simple white walled gallery, the neon lights completely took over the room and pulled you in. The letterforms and lights were collected from all around and put together to create quite and surreal experience in this small gallery.
I have seen Alan Kitching’s work multiple times all around the country at different exhibitions. I am always amazed by how beautiful his prints look and the textures made from each layer of print. I love his use of placement and composition and how each layer creates such depth and shadow. The colours are contrasting and bright and the white background of each print makes sure the colours look as good as they possibly could.
Alan Kitching’s work is so inspirational and one of the reasons why I love printing so much. It’s so much more satisfying creating a multiple layer print that is time consuming and considered, and after seeing the end result you remember why it’s so much better than creating work on the computer. You can sense the amount of time and effort that has gone into each piece from the quality of the prints.
I first saw Camilla’s work at the Pick Me Up exhibition in London last year. I was instantly attracted to the bright, contrasting colours that complimented each other so well. The details and transparencies are so intriguing and each print looks so considered and beautiful.