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The Holes where the Light Gets In

Getting to that interesting phase where the research and enquiry into responding to the subject, in this case Sea Change, moves into the making stage. The artefacts represented here are copper plates made by stereotyping a modern version alchemy using electrolysis. There are over thirty plates measuring 50 cm. x 20 cm. In the process …

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Natural plinth

An old lump of concrete that looks like it has ┬áspent many years in the sea was found on Abergele┬ábeach. Its colours and texture make it a natural fit with this electroformed pear. Although the starting place for the research was focused on electro-etching for printmaking the use of electrolysis in making sculptural 3D objects …

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