It was a privilege to work in the inspirational surroundings of The Pocantico Centre with my fellow Arctic residents for a week. It was fascinating to see how everyone’s work had developed since the trip, and an interesting collaboration for all of us who are used to working independently in our practices. The week was spent exploring… Read more »
I have been invited to join some of my Arctic Circle expedition shipmates for a collaborative follow up residency at The Pocantico Centre in New York. The reunion has been initiated by the artist Daniel Kukla, and made possible with the support of the Rockefeller Brothers Fund. The Centre prides itself on its commitment to ecological sustainability and the… Read more »
Fun to be back in the City & Guilds print room for a few days, where I’ve been processing the plates that I made in whilst in the Arctic.
I was spoiled to have 3 days to work in Sandra Kühne’s studio in Zurich in April, following our residency in the Arctic last year. It was wonderful to see behind the scenes of some of her new work, and also experiment with some drawing collaborations, both made in response to our shared trip to… Read more »
After my recent residency at The National Maritime Museum I was invited to write a follow-up blog post about the experience. You can read it below or find it on the NMM website here. The National Maritime Museum are currently changing the RE·THINK space before we start looking at Migration from tomorrow (5 June). Before the new space opens, we… Read more »
It was great to finally go and see 3 of my paintings which have been hanging in the very smart reception of 15 Sackville Street, Mayfair, for the past 12 months.
Today the National Maritime Museum have published the first of my blog posts on my current residency for their RE·THINK: Environment initiative; read the content below and see it on their website: Visual artist Tamsin Relly blogs about her plans for her project, Remembering the North, as part of RE·THINK: Environment at the National Maritime… Read more »
It is such a privilege to use this beauty, and so wonderful to see first-hand the ritual of how it is dismantled and put back together again, especially when it’s done by the grandson of Harry F. Rochat.