Tabula Rasa. Exhibition. Swansea College of Art.
Swansea College of Art, Tabula Rasa Exhibition. A sampler of student artworks.
All week this week, Swansea News Network will be sharing a selection of some of the wonderful artworks by the Fine Art Degree, 1st and 2nd-year students at the city’s Swansea College of Art. Full details of the exhibition are in the poster.
Georgia Evans – The work that Evans has been producing is the result of research into the way that life events cause us as individuals to behave around our peers as well as ourselves. She has been focusing particularly, on the mask that we create according to how we want society to view us and the impact such a creation can have on our health and wellbeing.
Heather Dumbleton – Heather is a fine artist who works with a number of mixed media and materials such as marbling inks, spray painting, glass wax and more. She works with the notion of time, memory, space and decay, which are important influences in her work. She works with organic forms and represents the universe and galaxies with marbling techniques.
Alina Skorohoda – A new idea is a new frontier. Alina Skorohoda’s work is influenced by the environment of uncertainty and the current socio-political climate in which we live, overloaded by political and personal anxiety, heightened by banalities of the day to day life. Alina channels this state of emergency through pathos and humour by using a diverse range of mediums.
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