Scratch Print Studios (a new business venture by Andy Rushworth, Fine Art Framer at South Square) will be opening on 01 April. For more information you can visit his website at www.scratch-studios.co.uk or click on the image below.
Wednesday, 23 March 2011
Tuesday, 22 March 2011
Lisa Naylor was born in Bradford 1983. She studied Art and Design at Bradford College, completing her degree in 2010.
Lisa’s work currently approaches the subject of control, of being made to conform to societal expectations. She explores expectations of performance, entrapment, and the balances between freedom and domination. Her work explores fear, violence (particularly within this so-called social recession), the supposed influx in violent behavior and deterioration of society and morals. She enjoys exploring social and political ideas and concepts through painting.
2010 Rushworth's Fine Art
2010 Bradford Degree show, Yorkshire craft centre
21st -24th July 2010 Bradford Playhouse, Little Germany, Bradford
2010 Saatchi Gallery, London
24th Aug – 24th sept Brahm Gallery, Headingly, Leeds
The area in which I work is mainly paint. I consider my work expressionist. Initially I work very fast, encouraging expressive mark making into something. Rather than controlling the paint, I let the paint do what it wants and select parts I feel are constructive in terms of form building. I find the journey from abstraction to realism really interesting.
More recently I have been working from photographs as I feel it gives you a better chance to dissect the colors. I work with different types of paint. I enjoy experimenting and mixing different methods and techniques and trying to push the boundaries a little.
Rather than restricting myself to a strict brief I prefer to work quite freely, painting what I feel like at the time. When I have come up with a body of work I then go through it and decide what fits with my brief.
Thursday, 3 March 2011
On Wednesday the 23rd of February South Square, in partnership with BIASAN(an organisation working with refugees in Bradford), held a day of workshops with a local group of refugees. They took part in creative and dancing workshops in response to the various exhibitions on display at South Square.