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Ben Bainbridge
My work explores the relationship between the supernatural and the Christian religion. I focus heavily of biblical mythology, folklore as well as contemporary culture. Using pre-existing narratives enables me to formulate powerful imagery to accompany the stories I work from. Throughout the course of my final year of art education I have focused on reconstructing the narrative of the Bible, creating highly decorative religious artefacts and exploring the supernatural. I create imagery using digital collage, found material, painting and occasionally costume. An element of repetitiveness that borders on the obsessive is present within my practice yet using contrasting colours and high impact monochromes I create compositions that are carefully considered and constructed.
spaceytuna@gmail.com
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Ben Bainbridge

My work explores the relationship between the supernatural and the Christian religion. I focus heavily of biblical mythology, folklore as well as contemporary culture. Using pre-existing narratives enables me to formulate powerful imagery to accompany the stories I work from. Throughout the course of my final year of art education I have focused on reconstructing the narrative of the Bible, creating highly decorative religious artefacts and exploring the supernatural. I create imagery using digital collage, found material, painting and occasionally costume. An element of repetitiveness that borders on the obsessive is present within my practice yet using contrasting colours and high impact monochromes I create compositions that are carefully considered and constructed.

spaceytuna@gmail.com

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Ellen Brown
My work focuses on Scotland’s famous Forth Rail Bridge. When constructed in the 19th century the bridge pioneered the way in it’s field and attracted attention from all over the world. Nowadays, the bridge has become a simple commodity to many Scots; it’s almost too familiar to merit any attention. Through my work I aim to reignite a sense of pride and excitement towards this amazing feat of engineering.
ellenraebrown@hotmail.co.uk
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Ellen Brown

My work focuses on Scotland’s famous Forth Rail Bridge. When constructed in the 19th century the bridge pioneered the way in it’s field and attracted attention from all over the world. Nowadays, the bridge has become a simple commodity to many Scots; it’s almost too familiar to merit any attention. Through my work I aim to reignite a sense of pride and excitement towards this amazing feat of engineering.

ellenraebrown@hotmail.co.uk

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Connor Clark
"drawings, animations etc"
ferryden@gmail.com
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Connor Clark

"drawings, animations etc"

ferryden@gmail.com

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Sally Hackett
Focussing on the boundaries of public nudity in Britain. I have been exploring different forms of nakedness from the impulsive act of streaking to the loyal commitment of naturism. Looking at the history, prominent figures and events which have formed the public consensus of what is acceptable and decent when it comes to naked behaviour today.
sally.georgina.hackett@hotmail.co.uk
WebsiteBlog

Sally Hackett

Focussing on the boundaries of public nudity in Britain. I have been exploring different forms of nakedness from the impulsive act of streaking to the loyal commitment of naturism. Looking at the history, prominent figures and events which have formed the public consensus of what is acceptable and decent when it comes to naked behaviour today.

sally.georgina.hackett@hotmail.co.uk

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Tanya Hendrie
My final year project is about love. The main direction that this project has taken is an exploration of honesty - and the lack of honesty - in relationships. One section of the project concerns the superficial side of love, in particular looking at the language used in romance novels. Another explores the subject on a deeper level, looking at the nature of time in a relationship and how ultimately our love is insignificant in the grand scheme of things. The majority of my work is focused on drawing and printmaking.
hello@tanyahendrie.co.uk
WebsiteBlog

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Tanya Hendrie

My final year project is about love. The main direction that this project has taken is an exploration of honesty - and the lack of honesty - in relationships. One section of the project concerns the superficial side of love, in particular looking at the language used in romance novels. Another explores the subject on a deeper level, looking at the nature of time in a relationship and how ultimately our love is insignificant in the grand scheme of things. The majority of my work is focused on drawing and printmaking.

hello@tanyahendrie.co.uk

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Caitlin Heron
In my work I like to explore narrative and the unexpected.I like my work to surprise the viewer through abstract imagery and texture.
katie29137@gmail.com
Website

Caitlin Heron

In my work I like to explore narrative and the unexpected.I like my work to surprise the viewer through abstract imagery and texture.

katie29137@gmail.com

Website

Kathryn Ho
I am interested in the order of nature. My final year project explores the scientific and mathematical patterns that are fundamental to all aspects of life, as well as reflecting on the absurdities that can often occur when humans impose their own values of order upon the rest of the natural world.
mail@kathrynho.co.uk
WebsiteBlog

Kathryn Ho

I am interested in the order of nature. My final year project explores the scientific and mathematical patterns that are fundamental to all aspects of life, as well as reflecting on the absurdities that can often occur when humans impose their own values of order upon the rest of the natural world.

mail@kathrynho.co.uk

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Alick Innes
My cutest feature is my butt.

Alick Innes

My cutest feature is my butt.

Kim Kermath
Being part of the world’s largest youth organisation is something I am inspired by. Thus I finally felt it appropriate to show my gratitude towards my many years of involvement within the Guides and Scouts. My work has developed and evolved around the theme of “Scouts”. By dedicating my time mainly to making an interactive art piece, I aimed to create an attractive alternative in the awareness of Scouting today. By engaging in activities, providing information, encouraging diversity and having fun with a purpose, with its potential user friendly on-line presence, this Scout app is designed to create an impact amongst young people. Although primarily aimed at children of the earlier Scouting age, it can still be enjoyed by people of all ages and backgrounds.
kimkermath@hotmail.co.uk
WebsiteBlog

Kim Kermath

Being part of the world’s largest youth organisation is something I am inspired by. Thus I finally felt it appropriate to show my gratitude towards my many years of involvement within the Guides and Scouts. My work has developed and evolved around the theme of “Scouts”. By dedicating my time mainly to making an interactive art piece, I aimed to create an attractive alternative in the awareness of Scouting today. By engaging in activities, providing information, encouraging diversity and having fun with a purpose, with its potential user friendly on-line presence, this Scout app is designed to create an impact amongst young people. Although primarily aimed at children of the earlier Scouting age, it can still be enjoyed by people of all ages and backgrounds.

kimkermath@hotmail.co.uk

Website
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Ben Bainbridge
My work explores the relationship between the supernatural and the Christian religion. I focus heavily of biblical mythology, folklore as well as contemporary culture. Using pre-existing narratives enables me to formulate powerful imagery to accompany the stories I work from. Throughout the course of my final year of art education I have focused on reconstructing the narrative of the Bible, creating highly decorative religious artefacts and exploring the supernatural. I create imagery using digital collage, found material, painting and occasionally costume. An element of repetitiveness that borders on the obsessive is present within my practice yet using contrasting colours and high impact monochromes I create compositions that are carefully considered and constructed.
spaceytuna@gmail.com
WebsiteBlog

Ben Bainbridge

My work explores the relationship between the supernatural and the Christian religion. I focus heavily of biblical mythology, folklore as well as contemporary culture. Using pre-existing narratives enables me to formulate powerful imagery to accompany the stories I work from. Throughout the course of my final year of art education I have focused on reconstructing the narrative of the Bible, creating highly decorative religious artefacts and exploring the supernatural. I create imagery using digital collage, found material, painting and occasionally costume. An element of repetitiveness that borders on the obsessive is present within my practice yet using contrasting colours and high impact monochromes I create compositions that are carefully considered and constructed.

spaceytuna@gmail.com

Website
Blog

Print one

Bros Grimm

Family Life

generations

Ellen Brown
My work focuses on Scotland’s famous Forth Rail Bridge. When constructed in the 19th century the bridge pioneered the way in it’s field and attracted attention from all over the world. Nowadays, the bridge has become a simple commodity to many Scots; it’s almost too familiar to merit any attention. Through my work I aim to reignite a sense of pride and excitement towards this amazing feat of engineering.
ellenraebrown@hotmail.co.uk
Website

Ellen Brown

My work focuses on Scotland’s famous Forth Rail Bridge. When constructed in the 19th century the bridge pioneered the way in it’s field and attracted attention from all over the world. Nowadays, the bridge has become a simple commodity to many Scots; it’s almost too familiar to merit any attention. Through my work I aim to reignite a sense of pride and excitement towards this amazing feat of engineering.

ellenraebrown@hotmail.co.uk

Website

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Connor Clark
"drawings, animations etc"
ferryden@gmail.com
Website

Connor Clark

"drawings, animations etc"

ferryden@gmail.com

Website

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Sally Hackett
Focussing on the boundaries of public nudity in Britain. I have been exploring different forms of nakedness from the impulsive act of streaking to the loyal commitment of naturism. Looking at the history, prominent figures and events which have formed the public consensus of what is acceptable and decent when it comes to naked behaviour today.
sally.georgina.hackett@hotmail.co.uk
WebsiteBlog

Sally Hackett

Focussing on the boundaries of public nudity in Britain. I have been exploring different forms of nakedness from the impulsive act of streaking to the loyal commitment of naturism. Looking at the history, prominent figures and events which have formed the public consensus of what is acceptable and decent when it comes to naked behaviour today.

sally.georgina.hackett@hotmail.co.uk

Website
Blog


Tanya Hendrie
My final year project is about love. The main direction that this project has taken is an exploration of honesty - and the lack of honesty - in relationships. One section of the project concerns the superficial side of love, in particular looking at the language used in romance novels. Another explores the subject on a deeper level, looking at the nature of time in a relationship and how ultimately our love is insignificant in the grand scheme of things. The majority of my work is focused on drawing and printmaking.
hello@tanyahendrie.co.uk
WebsiteBlog

DAAD

Tanya Hendrie

My final year project is about love. The main direction that this project has taken is an exploration of honesty - and the lack of honesty - in relationships. One section of the project concerns the superficial side of love, in particular looking at the language used in romance novels. Another explores the subject on a deeper level, looking at the nature of time in a relationship and how ultimately our love is insignificant in the grand scheme of things. The majority of my work is focused on drawing and printmaking.

hello@tanyahendrie.co.uk

Website
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Caitlin Heron
In my work I like to explore narrative and the unexpected.I like my work to surprise the viewer through abstract imagery and texture.
katie29137@gmail.com
Website

Caitlin Heron

In my work I like to explore narrative and the unexpected.I like my work to surprise the viewer through abstract imagery and texture.

katie29137@gmail.com

Website

Kathryn Ho
I am interested in the order of nature. My final year project explores the scientific and mathematical patterns that are fundamental to all aspects of life, as well as reflecting on the absurdities that can often occur when humans impose their own values of order upon the rest of the natural world.
mail@kathrynho.co.uk
WebsiteBlog

Kathryn Ho

I am interested in the order of nature. My final year project explores the scientific and mathematical patterns that are fundamental to all aspects of life, as well as reflecting on the absurdities that can often occur when humans impose their own values of order upon the rest of the natural world.

mail@kathrynho.co.uk

Website
Blog

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Alick Innes
My cutest feature is my butt.

Alick Innes

My cutest feature is my butt.

Kim Kermath
Being part of the world’s largest youth organisation is something I am inspired by. Thus I finally felt it appropriate to show my gratitude towards my many years of involvement within the Guides and Scouts. My work has developed and evolved around the theme of “Scouts”. By dedicating my time mainly to making an interactive art piece, I aimed to create an attractive alternative in the awareness of Scouting today. By engaging in activities, providing information, encouraging diversity and having fun with a purpose, with its potential user friendly on-line presence, this Scout app is designed to create an impact amongst young people. Although primarily aimed at children of the earlier Scouting age, it can still be enjoyed by people of all ages and backgrounds.
kimkermath@hotmail.co.uk
WebsiteBlog

Kim Kermath

Being part of the world’s largest youth organisation is something I am inspired by. Thus I finally felt it appropriate to show my gratitude towards my many years of involvement within the Guides and Scouts. My work has developed and evolved around the theme of “Scouts”. By dedicating my time mainly to making an interactive art piece, I aimed to create an attractive alternative in the awareness of Scouting today. By engaging in activities, providing information, encouraging diversity and having fun with a purpose, with its potential user friendly on-line presence, this Scout app is designed to create an impact amongst young people. Although primarily aimed at children of the earlier Scouting age, it can still be enjoyed by people of all ages and backgrounds.

kimkermath@hotmail.co.uk

Website
Blog

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