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a man made me coarse, when I wanted to be delicate

Posted by rosie connolly on Wednesday, March 21, 2012, In : Experimentation and Artwork 
The final week of term was eventful, hectic, and exciting. Everything else seemed to be winding down whilst with my work the momentum was gathering. I'd succeeded in completing a second painting in time for the exhibition, but I was concerned about how the two would hang together. The actual forms in the paintings are quite different, composition-wise, so I needed to connect them through the use of colour and gesture. I continued with my use of perylene black (my obsession), bismuth yellow, p...
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if you start asking, I will be hostile acting

Posted by rosie connolly on Friday, March 2, 2012, In : Experimentation and Artwork 

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by putting one foot in front of another, and repeating the process

Posted by rosie connolly on Wednesday, November 30, 2011, In : Experimentation and Artwork 

My proposal for the Triangle exhibition space was to create two, wall-mounted tiles made up of one of the glaze mixtures I’ve made (Borax Frit with between 3-4% Silicon Carbide), demonstrating the work I’ve done exploring the idea of the medium as a sculptural object. I wanted to sand down the surfaces of the tiles to reveal the complex network of bubbles and caverns created during the firing process. Unfortunately, the glaze mixture I fired became very fragile, it behaved like glass, so ...


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