Monthly Archives: March 2011

Talk at Rochester Art Gallery this Thursday!

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Could be of interest to FG artists and followers…Marta Marcé –  Artist Talk  Thursday 24 March 2011, 1-2:30pm In association with the exhibition, Marta Marcé – Conditions of Abstraction – until 25 March 2011 Join Marta Marcé for a visual presentation about her creative practice and hear about her current projects and future developments. Marta will also be discussing, in the gallery, her paintings in the exhibition, and invitesquestions about… Read more »

Threads of thoughts from Elise Liversedge

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“…. concept for public artwork the ships ‘last station’ and its relationship/navigational coordinates in regards its current anchorage which includes the  internal and external layered palimpsest collaboration with Mary…. this could be a simple mapping of ‘her’ current location and the borrowing of other elements within the landscape both with colour and light. and could also involve the… Read more »

Sadie Hennessy’s Plimsoll line picture

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From wikipedia – “The waterline, national Load Line or Plimsoll Line was invented by Samuel Plimsoll, to be positioned amidships, indicating the legal limit to which a ship may be loaded for specific water types and temperatures. To an observer on the ship the water appears to rise or fall against the hull. Temperature affects the level because warm water provides less buoyancy,… Read more »