Methods and Materials, Print and Metal and Welding Inductions

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Marvellous blue pigment…like looking into a deep hole

Methods and Materials Induction with Tim Johnson – I’ve been lucky enough to do this induction three times and each time I’ve learnt more. Hugely comprehensive talk on how to prepare one’s work in a manner that will ensure it will not fall apart over the years.  Invaluable talk…

 

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Enjoyed the Print Induction.  Good to learn all the different methods of print available in the print room.  Below are some examples of mono printing…

 

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Metal and Welding Induction – The welding section was rather daunting in the Health and Safety procedure one has to go through.  The equipment one has to wear makes for a lack of free movement which impacts on the ability to make things. I guess with practice and resulting confidence this improves.  Below is my firest attempt at bending wire and from this came the first germ of the idea to create a wearable scribble. See below and Portfolio.

 

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