it was lovely seeing those of you who could make it at yesterday’s ‘German Talk’ about John Duffin’s
Retrospective. I hope you enjoyed the exhibition.
As usual, those who could not be there or didn’t take a copy of the text, are welcome to download it here free of charge:
12. German Talk – John Duffin Talk – 09 December 2019
Everything, including the image, is under copyright, so please don’t use it for any other purpose.
Fröhliche Weihnachten und einen guten Rutsch ins Jahr 2020!
All the best,
John Duffin’s and Simon Pierse’s exhibitions will be on until the 7th of February 2020, Monday – Friday, 10am – 5pm. We are closed from the 23rd of December 2019 until the 3rd of January 2020.
thanks very much to those who attended yesterday’s talk. We hope that you enjoyed Marie’s talk and Flora’s demonstration in the printmaking area.
As usual, here is the PDF-version of the talk to download free of charge:
6. French Talk – Flora McLachlan – 21 November 2019
(Please respect copyright restrictions for text and images.)
All the best wishes,
Flora, Marie and Karen
Coastal Trains – Victoria Station, etching 38 x 25 cm (15 x 10 inch)
Date: Monday, 09th December 2019
Time: 5.30pm – 6.30pm
Place: School of Art Gallery 1 & 2
John Duffin: Retrospective
12. German Talk Flyer – 9 December 2019
When: 21st November 2019, 6pm – 7pm
Where: School of Art, Tessa Sidey Gallery
Flora McLachlan: Yng Nghoedwigoedd y Nos / In the Forests of the Night
Flora will also be giving a demonstration in the printmaking area in the basement.
6. French Talk – Flyer – 21 November 2019
thank you very much for attending yesterday’s German Talk. I hope you enjoyed seeing Stuart’s and Flora’s exhibitions.
To download and print off the text and exercise sheets, please click
here. As usual, all images are copyrighted.
All the best wishes,
thank you very much for attending the last French Talk back in August. Please click
here for a transcript of the talk.
We will announce the date for the next French Talk as soon as possible.
Marie & Karen
PS: Due to copyrights, we unfortunately can’t include any images.
Alongside her exhibition of etchings and lithographs at the School of Art, Flora will talk about the literary, visual and technical influences shaping her work. “For me the lithographic marks seem especially expressive of the water-carved landscape of Wales, and also of the fluidity of poetic images as they arise within the mind. The drawing seems to swim up out of the stone. I find it an essential foil to etching, where my work begins with deep dark acid-biting, followed by laboriously carving and scraping down the metal plate, polishing the light back in, and then weathering it again by painting mists and shadows with strong acid straight onto the plate.”