Over the last year I have been exhibiting as part of Cicatrix - a WW1 centenary project. As part of that work myself and Prudence Maltby have been working with Morning Star residents to develop their response to thoughts inspired by the exhibition and the theme of Cicatrix - the scar of a healed wound. Here are some of the images produced as each resident develops their own very personal response.
Once again Salisbury Museum took the big draw out into the community with a full day workshop at Bemerton Heath health and community centre. inspired by the Fovant badges and the many wonderful chalk drawings of animals and figures on the Wiltshire landscape we explored lots of chalky possibilities.
From drawing with the chalk itself we also looked at scratching plastic and rubbing chalk and charcoal over the grooves to bring out or drawings as if by magic.
not content with merely taking inspiration from the landscape, we wanted to 'grow' our own drawings, and using cress seeds, we should see the results of our work in about three days!
blogging the day to day projects that I am involved in from one off workshops to longer term commitments.