MA degree show at the Ruskin Gallery, Cambridge (2023)
A selection of my life drawings from TOUCHDOWN.
I'm writing this a week after de-installing the the MA degree show, entitled TOUCHDOWN, at Cambridge School of Art. The opening event was really a blast - so many friendly old and new faces came along and engaged with the work. My work focused on the human form, our relationship with nudity, and evoking the tactile and multi-sensory through visual work. I showed a series of etchings called Why Can't They Draw Fruit? These are all available but limited to editions of 10 so please get in touch if interested. They'll also be going to the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers annual exhibition (opens next Thursday at Bankside Gallery), and Woolwich Contemporary Print fair soon. I was also delighted to receive a Cambridge Artworks residency which at the very least helped me with the panicked floundering when people kept asking me "So, what next?".
Video of my projection installation Why Can't They Draw Fruit? (left), and two little visitors (image credit: Paul Burton).