It connects us to everything if we let it.
Part of the inside out exhibition.
I was exploring the way I perceive my reality which I sometimes struggle with .
Although it can be difficult to be open about our thoughts, I was inspired by the interesting conversations with visitors.
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I love the fact that we live in an age where physics is so exciting.
The more I inquire the more I feel connected to everything.
Sometimes I play at my exhibitions. I had a brilliant teacher, Nathan Vernon .
I do have breaks from playing.
I enjoy the discipline and the way I can be absorbed trying to make each note. I was in a band many years ago, classical guitar is so different it distracts me from my thoughts and can give me a sense of calm. Nathan also introduced me to a wider selection of music.
I have always loved music. I am lucky to have a musical family.
I built my studio which started small several years ago it has been growing ever since . I love it.
Many friends have been involved in the build.
I enjoy making things. I find my creativity everywhere.
It did take some time to make the floor level though.
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In the end all that remained a was a white plastered canvas and a series of photographs, the only proof that there was anything underneath.
My thinking was:
When is a painting a sculpture and an invisible painting a series of photographs?
Makes you think.
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During a visit to Devon about twenty years ago I decided right then to move here. I can't imagine living anywhere else. I live in a cottage in Hartland now with a beautiful garden near the sea.
I have been an artist for more than forty years and have exhibited nationally. I have designed and undertaken many art projects , commissions and residencies.
Near Bucks mills. Claire and I spent the day playing with the pebbles
from the structure of a nebulae in space,
to the smallest wisp within an atom