Tag Archive: Painting



A painting for büyükanne & büyükbaba

Tulip or in Botany Tulipa, derived from the Turkish word tulbend or turban, which the flower resembles, is the national flower of Turkey.

People I should know more about.

I will be the first to admit that I know close to nothing about many of the seminal artists of our time. Actually I am the first, of that I am sure. Anyone… Continue reading

Playing with the Scanner.

Some are a little reminiscent of Richter? If not, the alliteration defiantly works.

Paintings that make your photos look like shit – Robin Eley

Robin Eley is an Australian “hyper-realist” artist. He is passionate about eduction and has just set up an art school in Adelaide. His work looks like it takes a painfully long time to… Continue reading

Options #1 The Excursion

This year (second year) we are being guinea pigged through a new part of the course called Options (which despite its name is compulsory). We will present a Collaborative piece of work in… Continue reading


Rose Wylie was our lecturer this wednesday. She is an artist of 78 years from Kent. Her work involves creating playful, child like images in an homage to the newspapers she reads and… Continue reading

Damien Worst

So earlier this year I went to Damien Hirsts’ exhibition (4 April – 9 September) at the Tate Modern, who didn’t?. I wish I didn’t. It was terribly underwhelming, the only consolation was… Continue reading

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