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22 Jun 2016

Glaslyn Osprey Project – Artist in Residence 2016

I have been working at Glaslyn Osprey Visitors centre again, drawing from the live video feed. It is another fantastic season. Mrs G and Aran have successfully incubated, hatched and are rearing two chicks. We don’t know what gender they are yet – but the bets are on. Many of us think this time they are the same sex – but are they male or female? We won’t find out until they are ringed. In the meantime, I’ll keep drawing.

Mrs G turning the egg 2016 s Mrs G incubating and Aran on perch 2016 s

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22 Jun 2016

Beyond The Border International Storytelling Festival

I will be artist in residence at Beyond the Border this year. In addition I will be doing two performances of stories, one on stage using traditional materials, one on the iPad.

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22 Jun 2016

MarKings Festival

I will be talking about drawing the Ospreys from the live video feed at MarKings illustration and performance festival and symposium. Organized by Central St Martins School of Art in collaboration with House of Illustration, London.

8-9 July 2016

4R and little WOs

 

23 Jul 2015

Glaslyn Osprey project – artist in residence 2015

I am currently doing a residency at the Glaslyn Osprey project on a voluntary basis. This organization is entirely run by volunteers and dependent on donations to keep going. All the drawings I make are for sale and a percentage of the price is donated back to the project.

The Ospreys nearly died out in this country, and thanks to the dedication of a few they are now thriving once more. It’s been wonderful to draw the progress of this years breeding pair.

I draw from the live video feed at the Glaslyn centre and get down there as often as possible.

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21 Jul 2015

Ways of Seeing conference – Queens Gallery, Greenwich

My paper Cubist Ways of Seeing was given at the Ways of Seeing conference on Friday 17th July 2015.

The conference was really interesting and featured the exhibition and film by Dryden Goodwin Seen:Unseen.

You can see the Twitter feed here:

Ways of Seeing https://storify.com/RMG/ways-of-seeing … via @tqhgreenwich

photo montage with drawing

photo montage with drawing

21 Jul 2015

Y Mabinogi Videos

I have now added videoed sections of the Mabinogi performance drawing. You can see some on the Artwork page and the rest are on my You Tube channel.

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31 Mar 2015

Y Mabinogi

Y Mabinogi was performed on 14 March 2015 at Aberystwyth Arts Centre to a full house. Storytellers Michael Harvey, Guto Davis, Dafydd Daies-Hughes, Christine Cooper, Cath Little and Fiona Collins told the tales bilingually over the day. I drew all the stories live and the drawing was projected simultaneously on a screen above the performers. Sioned Davies, head of the Welsh department Cardiff University and the most recent translator of the Mabiniogi, was in the audience and bought the final drawing of the fourth branch, which followed the transformation of Lleu into an eagle and Boldeuwedd into an owl. The

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1 Jul 2014

Live Drawing Performances at Beyond the Border International Storytelling Festival 2014

I will be drawing live in two performances at Beyond the Border Storytelling Festival 2014.

Drawing on the Land is performed on an iPad in projection to stories told by Francis Maxey accompanied by the wonderful harpist Ceri Owen Jones.

Kymbri uses the video projection method of live drawing on paper mixed in a video feed. I draw the stories and songs performed by Lynne Denman. Lynne sings and tells the tales in medieval Welsh, contemporary Welsh and English. The stories are inspired by the ancient texts by medieval

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15 Jun 2014

New drawings.

I have now completed a set of five drawings in the Selkie Passage series. Ink on paper with graphite.

       

13 Jun 2014

Selkie Passage – new work

I started a new stream of work today – drawings still on the Selkie theme, but with a different approach. There is still a performative process at work, but this one is slower, and based on formal elements rather than observing movement. This is the first image of four – not sure what direction the others will take yet. Watch this space …

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