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Caroline Halliday

Social and political implications cannot be detached from objects. I am interested in how I can re-arrange the ‘thing’, so its symbolic connotations emerge or are contradicted. My work combines sculpture, paint and installation, and can be both formal and visceral, anarchic and structured, irreverent and challenging. I take objects to pieces or cut them with a jigsaw -chairs, drawers, earth, ironing boards, books, language, fairy tales, and filmic images/text- and questioning…

David J Lilly

David is colour-blind, from birth. Born into a time and place where colour-blindness was considered a limiting factor, David was consciously discouraged at school from taking up an artistic career. David’s most lasting memory of being exposed to mind-boggling art (as a teenager) was Coventry Cathedral; and it was from there that his love of coloured glass began. At the turn of the 21st century David found himself with free time and went on a stained glass course. This lead on…

Jo-Anna Rawlings

Jo-Anna Rawlings 3D Fiber Artist JAB IT TO LIFE I live and grew up on the Sussex coast, I have studied art textiles and design at university and enjoy creating unique handcrafted goods. I always try to evolve and bring my sculptures to life. Each sculpture is made of 100% cleaned raw wool, I first study the animal, draw them, understand the skeleton form which represents a wire armature, then wrapping and building its form with wool. I jab it to life. This process from start…

Lizzie Lee

I graduated from the University of Brighton in 2000 with a BA in 3-Dimensional Craft, where I experimented with techniques for recycling plastic. My work then was using mainly colourful plastic (from milk bottle tops) fused with fruit and vegetable nettings, and I won the university’s Innovation Award for the process. I later became interested in the delicacy of the actual milk bottles and started fusing them with lace and net curtains. The shades are made from fragments of l…

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