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Signapse studio blog - immersive, joined up art experiences

Doug Selway - a visual artist working with drawing, painting and animation to create immersive multichannel art experiences. This studio blog gives you access to his sketchbooks,  journal and working methods that include techniques like sculpting, propmaking, box installations as well as oil paint and charcoal.

Signapse studio blog - immersive, joined up art experiences

Doug Selway - a visual artist working with drawing, painting and animation to create immersive multichannel art experiences. This studio blog gives you access to his sketchbooks,  journal and working methods and techniques like sculpting, propmaking, box installations as well as oil paint and charcoal.

 

Spring Flyer 2009

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Spring Flyer 2009

There are a couple of shows coming up, both including new work

Essex Summer of Art launch : Hylands House

I’m showing two new panoramic paintings, of Pointe d’Hoc in Normandy and Landguard Fort near Felixstowe along with some engraving and new transfer prints.

These transfer prints are a new thing for me. Sourced from the painting and monoprints and made on crisp feathery Wenzhou paper.

Dates : Monday 27th April 2009, 6 – 8pm. The exhibition will run from 3rd – 31st May and will be open to the public on Sundays and Mondays.

Location : The Blue Room at Hylands House. Hylands Park, London Road, Chelmsford, Essex, CM2 8WQ

12PM Colour and Light : Digby Gallery Colchester

12PM - Twelve Printmakers, are showing again at this busy venue in the Mercury Theatre Colchester. Including work by new-ish members Jude Lockie and Jill Desborough. I’ll be showing new boxworks and some transfer prints.

Dates : There will be PVs on both Saturdays 2nd andSat 9th May at 11.30 – 1.30 pm. Show closes on Saturday 16thMay 2009

Location : Digby Gallery Mercury Theatre, Balkerne Gate, CO1 1PT.

Finally I'd really like to tell you about an an exciting collaborative project called Shared Horizons

I am working on with with Bill Brody, an Alaskan artist I met in Anchorage last year. We are going to work together by Loch Slapin on Skye this September and show the work in the UK and Alaska. For me, the most exciting part is to be sharing the preparation with another artist, and to start a visual dialogue over such a great distance that can develop as the work develops.

Please email me and check into the blog if you'd like more information or to leave feedback about any of these projects.