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UWE BLOG: 2020: YEAR 1: SEMESTER 2: DRAWING & PRINT: TIN STANTON 

This blog contains highlights of my 2nd semester at UWE, and includes ideas, discoveries and works which I feel are relevant to the course made both inside and out of the studio, as well as outlining the processes I have learned.
 

The blog also includes my 'Studio File' ( A collection of personally influential artists and recent gallery visits).

I've started work on this picture, which I've had in mind for a while, so it seemed worthy of a large 4ft x 3ft canvas. I took the picture on the way to collect it, knowing I wanted to submerge the local Showcase Cinemas into a post apocalyptic forest.






Acrylic Painting on Canvas - 100x70cm. This painting has a great deal of meaning to me, with the idea of an endless bridge or viaduct suggesting a future path and path of past that cannot be changed. The scale of the two characters, friends, imaginary or not, highlights their insignificance in the whole picture. They appear to be standing, stopped, paused perhaps, reflecting.