It is such a privilege to have my Moving Image piece 'Melt', shortlisted for the Sunny Art Prize 2020 in London.
"The scope of this contemporary art prize is about sourcing the most talented artists from all over the world, both established and emerging ones, who produce ground-breaking and innovative artworks. We select artists who work with a wide range of media, making the art prize a varied and stimulating global platform to engage with critical contemporary issues and topics. The art competition is then open to everyone, regardless of location or preferred medium and theme."
More information is available on the Sunny Art Centre here... and you can view myshortlisted artwork HERE. #sunnyartprize #sunnyartprize2020
In Morocco; sitting on an earthen floor weaving with other women… those memories are the framework for the blankets I’m weaving five years later. We travel the world in our nearly one hundred year old car, and my experiences continue to live through my expression of my artworks. I’ve recently immersed myself in weaving beautiful blankets and this one inspired by our journeys around Morocco has been so enjoyable to weave; as I recall the landscape, colours and connections I made whilst there. You can view more of my artisan handwoven blankets here by clicking my Skeinydipping Website.
I am SOOOOOOOO excited... jumping for joy!!!!!. I have just received notification that I have been shortlisted for 'The Arctic Circle Residency' on the specially rigged tall ship which sails within the region of Svalbard in the Arctic.
"Artists and scientists led, The Arctic Circle is an annual expeditionary residency program. The Arctic Circle brings together international artists of all disciplines, scientists, architects, and educators who collectively explore remote and fascinating destinations aboard a specially outfitted sailing vessel.The Arctic Circle provides a shared experience for its participants to engage in myriad issues relevant to our time and to develop professionally through interdisciplinary collaborations, exhibit opportunities, and public and classroom engagement.The Arctic Circle is administered by The Farm Foundation for the Arts & Sciences, Inc. a registered 501(c)3 not-for-profit in New York State."
The next round of selection processes will be complete on March 24th... so... until then... :-) .. enjoy my new love - frozen water!
The Arctic Circle Website