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Student Yearbook Layouts: Olivia Berrgren Lisa Bradford Rosie Furnival Jane Riley Kira Turner Karoline White Rachel Worthington Rachel Airy Bridget Alexander Daniel Bessley Laurie Carnan Grace Erskine Crum Jordan Peers Joespeh Taylor Charlotte Wilson-Smith


Olivia Berggren I tend to keep my practice as natural as I can, using earthy tones and natural elements. Experimenting with processes constantly, removing myself from the outcome, and being the catalyst, to allow the materials to show their possibility and potential.

oliviaberggren@hotmail.com


Olivia Berggren I tend to keep my practice as natural as I can, using earthy tones and natural elements. Experimenting with processes constantly, removing myself from the outcome, and being the catalyst, to allow the materials to show their possibility and potential.

oliviaberggren@hotmail.com


Olivia Berggren I tend to keep my practice as natural as I can, using earthy tones and natural elements. Experimenting with processes constantly, removing myself from the outcome, and being the catalyst, to allow the materials to show their possibility and potential.

oliviaberggren@hotmail.com


Olivia Berggren I tend to keep my practice as natural as I can, using earthy tones and natural elements. Experimenting with processes constantly, removing myself from the outcome, and being the catalyst, to allow the materials to show their possibility and potential.

oliviaberggren@hotmail.com


Lisa Bradford

My practice comments on mass production in society today: the cheaply made products of everyday life result in a great deal of waste. Considering materials and objects I create scenarios where the object fails: leading to its own destruction, inevitably discarded.

lisa_bradford887@hotmail.com


Rosie Furnival I am interested in the idea of bringing together history and personal experience into a portrait, by mapping and visualizing a diary of the individual. Working in mixed media, I wish to show an insight into who we are and why.

NO CONTACT


Jane Riley Claude Heath (2003, cited in Kingston 2003) states that his blind drawings help him to get rid of all the stuff that he thinks he wants and allows something else to happen. I’m interested in the possibilities of drawing, the imperfections and randomness of mark making. Kingston, A. (2003) What is Drawing? Three practices Explores: Lucy Cunning, Cluade Heath, Rae Smith. London, Black dog publishing, pg. 18

janemriley@hotmail.co.uk


Kira Turner My interests and fascinations, base themselves upon the dark and magical fantasy and deceptions within fairy tales and gothic culture. Currently my practice explores the unseen beauty of the city and its ability to evoke innate and atmospheric emotions.

couture.xo@hotmail.com


Karoline White My art practice consists of fabricating visually aesthetic sculptural forms, predominantly using knitting techniques. My current work focuses upon the collaboration of two elements portraying a negative element, coinciding with positive element, in a colourful and playful woven expressive form.

karolinewhite-art.blogspot.com karoline.white@live.co.uk


Rachel Worthington My practice pivots upon exploring the use of Super 8 film within art (a practice that unconventionally works directly into the film without the use of a camera) to result in the question - what is film? Reoccurring themes include a broken society and memories.

rachelworthington@hotmail.co.uk


Rachel Worthington My practice pivots upon exploring the use of Super 8 film within art (a practice that unconventionally works directly into the film without the use of a camera) to result in the question - what is film? Reoccurring themes include a broken society and memories.

rachelworthington@hotmail.co.uk


Rachel Airy I am a multi media artist incorporating various techniques through photography and video. My work investigates film and image manipulation. Taking influences from the human form, surrealism and the silent movie era I create layered images in black and white film.

rachel.airy@gmail.com


Rachel Airy I am a multi media artist incorporating various techniques through photography and video. My work investigates film and image manipulation. Taking influences from the human form, surrealism and the silent movie era I create layered images in black and white film.

rachel.airy@gmail.com


Bridget Alexander I am a conceptual artist and my work centres around exploring the effects isolated space has on human ‘essence’. I focus mainly on using photography and video to highlight the qualities of stillness and motion that relate to the situations I capture.

fat_elves@hotmail.com mediahorde.co.uk/bridgetalexander


Daniel Beesley I have been taking long exposure photographs in a pitch-black room. I control the light in order to create photographs that have sense of story and time.

dan.beesley@gmail.com


Laurie Carnan I am fuelled by a fascination of identity both personal and otherwise. Mediums range from photography to video, digital media, drawing and painting. My influences are taken from the culture of rock music and tattooing.

snowpixie@hotmail.co.uk


Grace Erskine Crum With my art, the audience response is the most important aspect. My aim is to make my viewer feel uncomfortable and intimidated. I have experimented with materials and colour, while figuring out what is most affective to achieve my aim.

www.saatchionline.com/profiles/index/id/250534 grace.e.crum@gmail.com


Jordan Peers Primarily a watercolour painter, my work focuses heavily on portraiture and the themes and motives within it. Literature also has a strong and influential role within my practice.

jordanpeers01@hotmail.com


Joe Taylor Distortion has always been an aspect in my work. I am interested in the way we interpret the world visually, and how each individuals experience differs. It is up to us how we interpret what we see. I explore this through image making.

NO CONTACT


Joe Taylor Distortion has always been an aspect in my work. I am interested in the way we interpret the world visually, and how each individuals experience differs. It is up to us how we interpret what we see. I explore this through image making.

NO CONTACT


Charlotte Wilson-Smith I use a combination of colour and technique in my exploration of portraiture.

cvws@live.co.uk

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