Professional Progress

SOLO EXHIBITION PROPOSAL
A proposal made to the Vice-President of the European Economic and Social Committee to transport my exhibition ‘In the Garden of Europe’ with accompanying monograph, to Brussels to be exhibited at the offices of EESC in November/December 2014.
This is a contractual collaboration with the Office of the European Commission in Belfast and the EESC in Brussels.

WORK SELECTED FOR AAF HAMPSTEAD
The selection of three canvases for the Affordable Art Fair, Hampstead was made through my submission to the Made in Arts London Panel. This involved the submission of a selection of images of recent work, the presentation of the work to the selection panel from MIAL, and the presentation of the work to the exhibition organisers.
These are the links for the AAF and for the MIAL catalogue showing all the work selected from Wimbledon, Central Saint Martins, Camberwell, Chelsea and the London College of Communication.
http://affordableartfair.com/hampstead/  http://bit.ly/1pTtUS5

COLLABORATION: QUATREFOIL
Four Artists Exhibit Variations on Nature
A mixed media exhibition to coincide with ‘Park 14’ in Cannizaro Park, May 2014
Anne Davey Orr, Andrew Wallis, Midori Fullerton, Paige Davies
The Norman Plastow Gallery, Lingfield Road, Wimbledon Village
This collaboration was a follow-on from a video collaboration produced for Wimbledon College of Arts.  Using mainly email, elements of our statements were edited as running text for the video.  This text was subsequently edited as background information for the exhibition.  The work exhibited  in Quatrefoil was cross discipline and included painting, drawing, installation and photography.
EXHIBITION COLLABORATION WITH THE OFFICE OF THE SPEAKER OF THE NORTHERN IRELAND ASSEMBLY
in association with the Office of the European Commission, Belfast, to mark Europe Day.
‘In the Garden of Europe’, March 2014.  The Great Hall, Parliament Buildings, Stormont, Belfast.

 

The exhibition consisted of thirty paintings which were produced in collaboration with the European Movement, Belfast.  The cultural attaches of the embassies and consulates of each member country of the European Union contributed to the information on which the paintings were based.

PAINT CLUB: THERE’S A GHOST IN THE HOUSE
Paint Club Research Network
Clore Auditorium, Tate Britain, March 2014
Pre-symposium discussion group.

Presentation by the painters Dougal McKenzie, Anne Marie James and Andrew Cranston based on a selection of work from Tate Britain.  The discussion was then opened to the floor.  I took part in tour of the works in Tate Britain and a pre-symposium discussion of the works chosen by the three artists led by Jeffrey Dennis.
PAINT CLUB: PAINTING AS A DOCUMENT
Paint Club Research Network
Clore Auditorium Tate Britain
April 2014
Writer and critic Barry Schwabsky and the artist Clare Woods discussed their relationship with the Reading Girl 1886-7 by Theodore Rousel and Study for a Portrait 1952 by Francis Bacon.  The discussion was chaired by Alison Goodyear and Donal Moloney.
I submitted two questions for discussion by the panel and took the opportunity to meet with Clare Woods who is one of the artists discussed in my Practice Analysis.
SUBMISSION OF IMAGES TO MADE IN ARTS LONDON
Meeting with Made in Arts London panel to view work, March 2014

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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