MA Show 2013

Showcase of the work of over sixty graduating Master’s students, PhD students and Artists in Residence. http://www.wlv.ac.uk/mashow
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Laura Crosland. Laura's inspiration for her work is derived from nature, exploring the forms, surfaces and colours of flowers, leaves, reptiles and the female form to develop one-off pieces that are both functional and decorative.

Laura's inspiration for her work is derived from nature, exploring the forms, surfaces and colours of flowers, leaves, reptiles and the female form to develop one-off pieces that are both functional and decorative.

Ruth Joplin. My practice revolves around what it is to be a human being, drawing heavily on on my biomedical background for visual stimulation.

My practice revolves around what it is to be a human being, drawing heavily on on my biomedical background for visual stimulation.

Bill Swann. Bill's sculptural glass pieces have developed in response to his travels in India in 2012.  Photo by BA (Hons) Photography graduate Matthew Ryan.

Bill's sculptural glass pieces have developed in response to his travels in India in Photo by BA (Hons) Photography graduate Matthew Ryan.

Garfield Benjamin. "How can cyber-art force the contemporary subject to confront its position as the parallactic gap between physical and digital worlds?"

"How can cyber-art force the contemporary subject to confront its position as the parallactic gap between physical and digital worlds?

Julia Rowley. Julia uses kiln-forming techniques to shape and translate delicate relief textures into glass.

Julia uses kiln-forming techniques to shape and translate delicate relief textures into glass.

Rosalind Alexis Glover. "My work is concerned with the theme of 'identity' and explores how my identity is a product of my personal relationships with God, and others especially family, friends and nature."

"My work is concerned with the theme of 'identity' and explores how my identity is a product of my personal relationships with God, and others especially family, friends and nature.

José Forrest-Tennant. José Forrest-Tennant is a visual artist and project manager from Birmingham. In 2012-13 Jose engaged with photography and fine art students at the University of Wolverhampton to explore photography as a process to develop their practice.

José Forrest-Tennant is a visual artist and project manager from Birmingham. In Jose engaged with photography and fine art students at the University of Wolverhampton to explore photography as a process to develop their practice.

Chen Zou. Chen Zou's work is informed by the concept of 'rebirth'. The artist carefully selects ceramics that have had a previous life and a particular appearance and reinvents them through manipulation, dissection and reconstruction into new items of ceramic decoration.

University of Wolverhampton, MA Public View 2013 from the School of Art and Design

Emily Rose Waugh. Influenced by the Japanese tradition of using a material's natural properties to make objects beautiful, she has explored the fluid properties of porcelain in relation to the energy and marks left by the creator.

Influenced by the Japanese tradition of using a material's natural properties to make objects beautiful, she has explored the fluid properties of porcelain in relation to the energy and marks left by the creator.


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