Photography - Myths, facts, or just opinions?
As a pretty much newbie to the photography world, I've been experimenting with my Canon EOS 350D for several months now, and have even just come back...
Boyle Family with the Centre of Attention at Project(or) platform for current art stages at Art Rotterdam 2008
The Centre of Attention in Project(or) platform for current art stages at Art Rotterdam 2008 with Brice Dellsperger, Al and Al, Boyle Family, Tyler Coburn, Jasper Joffe, House of O'Dwyer, Stina Ostberg, Tai Shani, Tomo, Markus Vater, Andrea Winkler, Frida Yngstrom, Hendrik Zeitler
Boyle Family Art In Digbeth
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Welcome - The Fine Art Society in Edinburgh
The Fine Art Society is one of the world's oldest art galleries, specialising in British art and design from the 17th to the 21st century
“Take the actual surface coating of earth, dust, sand, mud, stone, pebbles, snow, grass or whatever. Hold it in the shape it was in on the site. Fix it. Make
Boyle Family - The Tidal Series
1-14. Tidal Series (sand on Epikote and fibreglass) - details. Appendix 4 - Mineral Solids. The Tidal Series. A series of 14 studies 4'9" x 4'9" made on the same square of the beach at Camber Sands after each tide for a week. The objective was to examine the effect of the elemental forces on the site; and to lift the actual sand off the surface and to fix it in its exact place and shape. Camber Beach was chosen because it was extensive, with a considerable area between high and low tide…
Bring back the 1960s – Tavares Strachan does the Boyles | Another Bouncing Ball
In 1964, Scottish artists Mark Boyle and Joan Hills began a project they called Journey to the Surface of the Earth. Within that category, many series followed, such as London Series, Tidal Series,…
Reflecting Your World: London Project - Lessons - Tes Teach
The theme for Visual Arts is ‘Reflecting Your World’. Visual art is often created to be sited in a particular location. A work that is originally designed for a specific site, such as the Tower of London Poppies or the Angel of the North, can attract international publicity, reflecting and adding to an area’s character and reputation. Artists who have created work inspired or influenced by a particular locality have achieved national recognition, as have the related locations. Examples…