So What’s This Really About?
Well, it’s about how Jane’s Adult Education photography class turned into a full time Fine Art Degree. And, it’s about how our home became an amazing place of Art & Heritage.
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We always enjoy everything we do at the Set House and in the admin buildings of former GCI Radar Station, RAF Ripperston, especially mending leaky roofs We NEARLY always enjoy everything we do at former GCI Radar Station, RAF Ripperston, … Continue reading
First & foremost I should like to thank everyone who saw my exhibition at Oriel Q and was kind enough to tell the curator, Lynne, their thoughts and/or write in the comments book. The feedback has been wonderful and I … Continue reading
Just to finish off chatting about my ‘oh, so precious’ project – as if you hadn’t already seen enough or guessed how ‘precious’ I am about it – I thought I’d show you the one and only timelapse I have … Continue reading
So far, with regard to the path I took in the creation of my upcoming exhibition, I have been concentrating on the technical aspect of the photography. This is a long blog post but I would really like the chance to … Continue reading
Following the previous shoot in the early Autumn of my ACP1 Module, the lead in to ACP2 which would be my finals, I knew that somehow The Submerged Forest would be the subject of my Degree Show. It had become … Continue reading
Many of you looking at these images might wonder if they are petrified trees; trees that have been turned to stone through the process of ‘permineralization’ . Certainly the technician at Metro Imaging in London, who did an absolutely brilliant … Continue reading
COLEG SIR GȂR, CARMARTHEN SCHOOL OF ART, Degree Show 2015 23rd May, 10.00 – 16.00 CLOSED during Bank Holiday Weekend, 27th May- 5th June, May 23rd, 27th, 28th, 29th & June 3rd … Continue reading
I promised a post on what I thought is ‘success’. Was it really back in January? Having just handed in my final module work for my Photography degree, I should really be referring to that event. Not so, right at this … Continue reading
It may all be over for the Spirit of Enterprise programme, but not for the ‘test traders’. The ‘Spirit of Enterprise’ gallery was set up, with Welsh and European funding, by Pembrokeshire Business Initiative, PBI, to help artists, regardless of … Continue reading
If you followed my blog last year then a huge thank you for your patience. I had hoped to be posting back in September but every time I started, I had reservations on what to blog (I shall explain in a … Continue reading
It is so exciting getting to a stage in my degree when I can really focus on what I personally want to do, instead of focusing on the specific module requirements. Ok, so they were a vital ingredient of the degree … Continue reading
An Opening Night! And
My Book Published – well, in a draft mode at least! And Now! Finally, a chance to revitalise my Blog!
It was definitely wishful thinking , back in August, that I could keep my blog going this semester. Part-time is fantastic in that it gave me one module to focus on but, heh, I got so involved with it, and
So here’s the thing. I’ve been at uni for the last two years, trying to learn as much as I can about photography – reality check – they expect you to know all the practical stuff before you get there! … Continue reading
Alright! So it’s been more than OK – hasn’t everybody’s’ been a whole lot better than the rainy Summer of 2012. Hope so.
A screenshot of the OrielQ website’s front page,
I realize that my posts are all over the place – my blog needs some order.
In our lectures today, we’ve been advancing our techy knowledge and I’ve learnt how to link my blog up to the Group Facebook Exhibition page. This Blog Post, an update of our work so far,