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We hope you have enjoyed our series of blog posts looking inside Artsite and the Post Modern studios. This year we will be celebrating 10 years in the former Post Office in Theatre Square Swindon. Since then we have grown to include former Oxfam bookshop, now Artsite Studios and the former framers shop, which has more »

Posted on Wednesday, March 28, 2018 by hannah
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My studio is a haven, a place away from home which is all about me. A space not just for making art but over the years where I can store and curate my collection that both inspires and informs my practice My days when I’m not making art, are usually a mix of planning projects, more »

Posted on Tuesday, March 27, 2018 by hannah
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The studio for me is a special place where I can surround myself with creativity. It’s a sanctuary from the distresses of everyday life, and is a place where art can be experimented with, the equivalent to a scientist in the laboratory. The studio offers as much return as one is prepared to use it. more »

Posted on Monday, March 26, 2018 by hannah
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Printmaking and Mixed MediaMy studio is my place to hide and re-set., my sieve-space of survival, where all the noise and the chat can be refracted or rejected.Here I can pick jewels from chaos, and pause to sense with clarity where beauty lies in all that loud dreary funk, and quietly digest, regard, tease out more »

Posted on Sunday, March 25, 2018 by hannah
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My studio space is my quiet and creative place, my escape from the everyday ordinary.  It’s a place where I can focus my energy on what makes me happy which is making ceramics.  I’ve recently just finished my masters degree in ceramics so I’m currently reorganising my studio space, which mostly involves a lot of more »

Posted on Saturday, March 24, 2018 by hannah
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My studio is the only place I have where can go and for a short time and forget all my responsibilities. It is my thinking space, my breathing space, a space where I can go and work, without judgement or interruption. I sometimes start working with no preconceived thoughts or idea other than to explore more »

Posted on Friday, March 23, 2018 by hannah
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My studio represents a safe little haven where I can forget about other stuff going on in my life. Surrounded by my own most personal belongings the privacy is such a comfort. Most other people are not invited in! It’s my sanctuary that doesn’t exist anywhere else in life. I work mostly from observation.. the nude and more »

Posted on Thursday, March 22, 2018 by hannah
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I have a studio at home but at times can feel isolated, I also have a studio at a Artsite. Being part of an art community who give you support and encouragement enables me to focus far more on my work. I like to work with oils and acrylic. I support Paula Sullivan delivering art more »

Posted on Wednesday, March 21, 2018 by hannah
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