in the frame exhibtion at Wimbledon College of Art: 1-5 September 2016

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Margaret – Georgina Talfana’s  pelican – inspired by: Giovanni Bellini’s Madonna of the Meadows and to follow the drawing, that sits alongside this work, of her mother.

 

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In the Frame was an exhibition running alongside the MA graduations shows – painting, drawing and theatre.

The exhibition showcased work inspired by a talk from Colin Wiggins at The National Gallery Museum.  Following a day spent at the museum a body of work was produced by the MA drawing students inspired by the works within the museum or the architecture of the building and surroundings.

A diverse and wonderful selection of work has been produced for this exibition and it is a classic example of how differently individuals view the same things so individually. Together the works produced have created a great show… A selection of the works follow:

 

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Rachel Bacon’s eyes – from Carlo Crivelli’s painting of Saint Lucy

 

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Janine Hall’s rug taken from a drawing of a morning shadow on the steps leading from Traflagar square up to the National Gallery

 

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The drawing on the left is a morning shadow and the one on the right is an afternoon shadow. The former was used as a master drawing for the runner/rug … see image above.

 

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Ruth Richmond’s paper mugs in response to Constable’s Haywain

 

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Nic Clarke’s piece was inspired by a Ruben’s sketch, The Lion Hunt

 

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Su Bonfanti’s response to the architecture of the building

 

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Caragh Savage’s beautiful work inspired by the self portrait of Jan Van Eyck

 

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Sebastiao Castelo Lopes – his work is inspired by several works within the museum which feature books that one is unable to read

 

 

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