Tucked away to the east of the city center in Spinningfields is a tiny single roomed gallery called the Artzu. It showcases different artists, many of them local to Manchester of the north west and often rotates their collection, and sometimes holding small exhibitions as and when they come. Click here to see the artists profile at the gallery: Melegari at the Artzu Gallery. There was … Continue reading The Artzu Gallery, Manchester
Home. A huge contemporary steel building towering over the fringe of the city center, this colossal building is the fusion of two of Manchester’s most iconic arts organisations. The Corner House and the Library Theater Gallery have got together to form an impressive collection of two theaters, five big screens show casing contemporary and classic film, and a neat gallery space showing some of the … Continue reading Trip to the HOME gallery
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Anyone who writes, draws, paints, sculpts — anyone who creates — knows two things: inspiration and discovery (the twin muses) visit those who sit down and do the work and perseverance is often its own reward. Sometimes the blank page stares back. At times like these, a gentle nudge can help. Here’s some thinking, advice, and encouragement from working writers and… Continue reading Writers and Artists on Creative Habits, Accepting Self-Doubt, and the Rewards of Perseverance
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?This afternoon at Calle de la Paz. ?? Continue reading 1563 / Calle de la Paz / Valencia
An exhibition like no other. A bare science laboratory full of glass and chrome. Grey, empty, and far from any influential wisps of color or shape, a square room lined with microscopes. On a recent trip to the City library in Manchester I was happy to discover an exhibition that had been extended so I decided to kill two birds with one stone and hit … Continue reading Small, Mini, Micro, Smaller
Temporary Drawings. This was a warm up exercise to gear my perception into seeing lines as something more than just a mark on paper. Fleeting lines are all around us and can be permanent, semi permanent, or just a brief glimpse in time. To tackle this I looked mainly to nature and how I could manipulate it to create lines and patterns. Guided by the … Continue reading Lights, camera, paint and action!