Keep an eye out for these postcards which I have been distributing around the city of York!
The postcards display a poem written by John Wedgwood Clarke about the city’s medieval stained glass.
On Monday myself and the team will be installing many similar poems in the style of graffiti, hidden around the snickets and alleyways of York.
Stay tuned for more info!
Thank you to everyone who visited the open studios exhibition and purchased some of my work! 😀
If you didn’t have a chance to visit the Open Studios event, all of my new prints are now up on my site. To view, visit the Prints page.
To view my exhibition shots in full, please visit my York Open Studios exhibition page.
Images of my own work from the YOS 15 event.
Work by Lauren Glynn for the YOS 15 event.
For more information visit Lauren’s website.
Carrying on with my material experiments, today I am melting and bending my perspex etchings to give them a sculptural form.
To shape the melted perspex I have bent steel sheets into a range of different curved formations. These metal shapes will act as a template for the perspex to mould to when it is hot.
I am pleased with the results of these experiments and am hopping to create similar work on a larger scale for my degree show.
My recent experimentations and research into interdisciplinary processes and new mediums have given me some possible ideas for the making of my degree show pieces.
I know that I would like my piece or pieces to explore the intersections of printmaking, photography, drawing and sculpture. For this exploration to occur I am looking for certain criteria within the mediums I am working with.
Once I have found the material/materials and processes that allow for this interdisciplinary exploration, I will need to experiment with and decide how I would like my work to be displayed.
Above are some of the possible outcomes and options for my degree show pieces.