I was invited to paint a ceramic plate for ‘Art for the Barbican‘ – a project in support of The Barbican Trust. The series is now on view at the Barbican Centre until 11 March before being auctioned later in the year. I enjoyed the unpredictability of the medium and how the firing alters the tones of the… Read more »
Posts Categorized: behind the scenes
Thanks Coates & Scarry for last week’s lovely Private View – and to everyone who came down! Images credited to David Jensen.
Having fun with fellow painters Heena Kim and Magda Blasinska preparing for our upcoming project!
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 »
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.
Following The Land Art Road Trip residency around the American South West, Gerson Zevi curated ‘Time to Hit the Road’ at Leila Heller Gallery in New York. Work by Adeline de Monseignat Work by Camila Emson
Really excited to visit Marguerite Stephens magical tapestry studio in Diepsloot, Johannesburg to witness the behind the scenes action and also plan some future projects together. The Stephens Tapestry Studio employs a team of local weavers, spinners, and dyers who work on vertical looms using mohair spun in Swaziland. For more information on the wonderful work that the… Read more »
I spent a few days making monotypes for the first time under the guidance of the master print-maker Zhané Warren at Warren Editions in Cape Town. Hooked on the medium and what a treat to work with a view of Table Mountain!