Roisin Cairney has interpreted life through A Night with Mary White

Roisin Cairney – A Night with Mary White

Roisin Cairney www.roisincairney.com Instagram: @she.wolf.makes About the show “A Night with Mary White” is a interpretation of life through memories, storytelling, and imagination, presented in a domestic yet surrealist space, I have collected my research through others memories and anecdotes and a handful of photography I have attempted and get to know my great grandmother. The stories are open to …

When you can’t tell if your prey is plastic or real… Luther's photograph

Elaine Luther – Tiny Cats with Tea and Cake, and in Other Unexpected Situations

Elaine Luther – Tiny Cats with Tea and Cake, and in Other Unexpected Situations “For my 100 Day Project, I took hundreds of photos with miniatures, along with empty spools of thread, with text fragments wrapped around them. I decided I didn’t want people in them, largely because most dollhouse dolls look weird, but the photos needed something alive in …

Thoughts sleepily fold in graceful arcs around this hand thrown rocket pot

thoughts sleepily fold

This pot is a collaboration with multidisciplinary maker Gin Saunders whose work is often about storytelling. The words were generated through numbers chosen by others, via her Laureate Box which is a manual poetry machine allowing you to create poetry by choosing word tiles from a repurposed slide box. The second Lockdown edition box contains words collected from messages and …

a small book about running a small gallery buy at Amazon

The Tiny Art Gallery Manual

“The Tiny Art Gallery Manual would make a fantastic present for that young or old artist, technician, curator, gallery owner, salesperson, art dealer, family of borrowers in your life.” How to set up and promote your own tiny art gallery By Lisa Cole from The Tiny Cat Gallery with contributions from George Thom — Groock’s Gallery Jack Woodward — Cardboard …

a very wet day india ink and feather drawing by a tree

Conversations with trees during lockdown 2

I went a bit loopy during the first lockdown. When the blackbirds started to whistle back boundaries became kind of fuzzy and I started to read things into the drawings the birds were making. Even reading that sentence back sounds nuts! Experimenting with bird and wind drawing made me feel very connected to nature though, so there was a big …

an exhibition for mice with cheese and lamb chops by Amy Grogan

Amy Grogan – An Exhibition for Mice

Artists statement: ‘An Exhibition for Mice’ explores the ways in which miniature art may foster an interest and understanding within my practice, potentially nurturing and informing my day to day artwork. Furthermore, it will address the need for me to adapt and analyse my practice in line with the current restrictions of Covid-19. My project aims to: Identify dominant themes …

Victoria Shone Catitude Exhibition November 20

Victoria Shone – Catitude

Exhibiting at the TCG³ 8th-14th November 2020  ‘Love cats’ is based on my cat Roy, he’s generally lazing about the studio as I work and enjoy drawing him. I love tattoos and I’m fascinated by the things people choose to adorn their bodies, why and what it signifies to them. I wanted to play with the concept of the old …

decorated by the birds and the wind in my small urban garden

Rocket Pots – 50’s sci-fi meets natures movements

I’ve spent the summer throwing pots in my tiny studio. While I throw I listen to audiobooks and I had a binge of Dimension X (Adventures in time and space told in future tense). The shape came from the sounds, it seemed right to create forward looking retro space age shapes and it was a challenge to my throwing skills. …