Emily Ball at Seawhite
Contemporary Drawing and Painting Courses
Seawhite Studio is inspired by innovation and creative vision and with this in mind we look to offer artists fresh opportunities to explore new approaches and ways of working. We are excited to be offering a brand new course this Autumn, The Moving Image, where students will be working with digital technology to create short films and animation sequences, with two exciting new artists, Betsy Dadd and Lydia CS. You can find out more about both artists and book your place on the course, in today's newsletter.
You can also find out more about our new short course programme, with our brand new Short Course Brochure, launched this week and we bring you news of two forthcoming exhibitions. So take a break from the sunshine, find a cool and shady spot and read on!
NEW! Short Course Brochure 2017-2018
NEW! The Moving Image
We are launching an exciting new short course this Autumn and welcome two new tutors and artists to Seawhite Studio; Betsy Dadd and Lydia CS.
Betsy Dadd graduated in Fine Art Printmaking from Brighton University, studying under Tom Hammick. Her works include paintings, monoprints, drawings and animations or 'moving drawings'. She has travelled extensively to Japan, Canada, Germany and India where she makes work and delivers animation workshops. In 2010 Betsy Dadd created the animated scenery for the production Sum of Parts performed at Sadler's Wells London. The performance was accompanied an exhibition of her work in the atrium at Sadler's Wells, supported by Genesis Imaging (Chelsea) Ltd www.genesis-digital.net.
Wild River. Betsy Dadd
LYDIA CS explores narrative and poetry through moving-image. Her approach spans documentary film-making to experimental analogue techniques. She has been cinematographer for various dance pieces with Lea Anderson and Sylvie Guillem at The Place and Siobhan Davies Dance Studios as well as working alongside Assemble to shoot and edit Voice of Children, a film about child-led play installed at the Venice Architecture Biennial and Baltic, Newcastle 2016, Arnolfini 2017.
To see more on both artists and to view more of their work including short films and moving images follow this link: http://www.kaleidoworks.co.uk/
Click on the course title to book your place.
Tutors: Betsy Dadd & Lydia CS
Drawing into Landscape
An exhibition of drawings and paintings at the The Crypt.
St, Marylebone Parish Church, Marylebone Road, London NW1 5LT.
July 1st - September 28th. Private view on Tuesday July 4th 6 - 8pm.
Artists - Emily Ball, Simon Carter, Keith Murdoch and Amanda Ansell.
The show is curated by Marco Cali with a beautfiul essay at the beginning of the catalogue written by Marco. The catalogue charts the process of four landscape painters from initial engagement with the landscape through sketches and drawings to final pieces made in the studio. It includes a description by each artist of their working process accompanied by photographs of each of their studios, the landscape from which they work, and the drawings and paintings included in the exhibition.
Roadscape. Emily Ball
The link below gives you the link to Amazon where the catalogue for the show can be purchased: Drawing into Landscape: Contemporary British Painting.
To find out more about Marco Cali curator and artist, visit his web site:
Seawhite Studio Artist Exhibition
Saturday, September 16th, 2017
Emily has been selecting work from 4 artists, all of whom have been prize winners at the NOA Exhibition and all have been, or still are, regular artist on courses at the studio: Juliet Robertson, Jacky Bellamy, Jane Grinling and Philppa Paterson.
Painting People. Juliet Robertson
There will be a new exhibition of these artists paintings launched in the Atrium Gallery at Seawhite on Saturday September 16th. Watch this space for more details through the summer.
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