“MY 4 YEAR OLD COULD DO THAT!”

“MY 4 YEAR OLD COULD DO THAT!”

Resident artist Steven Malorie Potter reviews the work of Stephen Chambers in our recent Northern Print exhibition, ‘Glossary: How and Why Artists Make Prints’. Utilising the idea that something as “bog standard” as a potato can be used to create something beautiful Stephen Chambers shows off how even the simplest of printing techniques can yield complex […]

DEAD GOOD

DEAD GOOD

Resident artist Steven Malorie Potter reviews the work of Julian Meredith in our recent Northern Print exhibition, ‘Glossary: How and Why Artists Make Prints’. Artist uses corpse of dead bird to create ‘Swifts (The Scream)’ Using what he describes as a ‘hunter gatherer’ methodology Julian Meredith utilises direct printing to produce haunting reproductions. When describing […]

HMMMMM INDEED

HMMMMM INDEED

Resident artist Steven Malorie Potter reviews Webb-Ellis’s recent exhibition at Crescent Arts. One would be forgiven upon hearing a description of ‘hmmmmm’, for thinking it the start of a bad joke about contemporary art. Two artists, painted blue, dancing naked in a pink room to music only they can hear for 5 hours. The reality of […]