It has been a busy couple of weeks for me the joint exhibition at Turner Sims Southampton with Kezia Davies has been set up and now open to the public.
Also I have handed in my final major project for the degree course and I am awaiting the results I am hoping I do well and plan to go on to study for an M.A in fine art.
I am feeling very excited as the private view for the degree show opens tomorrow, although this is also a sad day as the three years of studying for the degree is over and I will miss my fellow students dearly.
Below a couple of photos of the space during set up and Marion from second year helping get the space ready she was brilliant and helped out a lot during the process of setting up.
I arrived early for the degree show to help set up the bars there was a buzz in the served with a slice of trepidation.As it happened the nerves were for nothing as everything came together and people started to arrive. I think the students who helped from lower year had a role in the success of the show and should be acknowledged.There were plenty of visitors and positive comments the shop was also a big hit thanks to everyone who helped with the shop. The enthusiastic way the visitors talked about the art in the show spoke volumes to me the other artists all seemed to enjoy themselves and were happy about the success of the show.
Exhibiting Artist Sharon Harvey
Exhibiting Artist Elaine Ford little men(kogs) at the end of the jetty by exhibiting artist Edward Frampton.