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Reflexeye Photography Film Aerial

My name is Jem McCluskey. I am an artist. I use cameras to create still and moving images from the ground, and from the air using unmaned aerial systems - I am an authorised, commercial operator. I am also an engineer, scientist, technologist and writer. In a past life I worked at executive level in the technology sector. I am a committed environmentalist, political blogger and activist.

I embrace all of these things and carry them forward as I create art, in whatever form that happens to take.

 

CERAMICS VESSELS SCULPTURES
To work in clay is the magic of taking formless earth and fashioning an object. An act that combines the child-like joy of playing with mud and the god-like impulse to create, the mythic journey that brings form out of chaos.
Abstract photography and 3D art
"Art is innovation and innovation is art. I attempt to combine the two." Welcome to my LettsArt gallery and studio. It is a place for you to view and purchase select artworks. NFTs included.
Stone Sculptor
In stone carving I found my material my passion and my self
The RA Gallery

The RA Gallery offers a selection of work exhibited at the Robert Adam Orangery or within the Capability Brown Garden at Devon Sculpture Park, 

Art & Photography

I am an artist and photographer now based in Devon. My passions always been for flowers and how light transforms them and that now includes the Devon countryside. This passion has now extended to the coast, I am so lucky to be near the Jurassic Coast with its wonderful scenery The woodlands  here are particularly lovely in spring when the bluebells bloom and of the sea around Sidmouth with its perpetually changing light and colour.

My paintings are mixed media using acrylics, inks and watercolours with collage, occasionally oil paint. 

The most recent work  of coast and countryside is in contemporary watercolour which often includes inks, gouche, pastels and pen. I started this during the beginning of the Covid Lockdown as a project and have since become fascinated with what can be achieved with watercolours. The process interests me as much as the subject matter. 

Solo Show 2022 Devon Sculpture Park

A new way to see. A new way to be.

Creative artworks and sculptures by Environmental artist and sculptor Robert Marshall MRSS

Artist

I am Deborah Stevens. I sculpt forms in clay and cast in bronze.

Isabel Coulton Art
Sculpture is the air I breathe.  Nature inspires and drives my work directing me to choose the right material for the concept.  My first love is wood, followed closely by stone, but all materials excite and guide me to create.  From the tiniest idea springs a multitude of others like notes in a concerto.  Every piece is built, tried out, changed, improved and is the genesis for other ideas.  My practice is multi disciplinary.  
The Human Landscape
Welcome to my world of art.. Like many of my fellow artists, the sheer joy of sharing your work with others, is second only to the delight of immersing yourself into a new creative project.. It was suggested to me by a well respected artist and mentor, that keeping an art journal would aid in finding my direction in art. This teamed with taking time to view other artists work and read what makes them tick, are all procative and vital ways to uncover your own voice as an artist. So i started keeping a journal and the results for me were totally unexpected …Why? Firstly and probably most importantly for me, is that I found the act of writing about my thoughts and emotions were the first steps to gathering the energy towards the creative practice. From sketches to a full blown oil on canvas, art should have something to say and digging deep into my subconscious and writing down what emerges, I unlock the creative potential required to bring a piece of work to life.! unlocking Initially I called upon early childhood memories to create mono artwork.  It was interesting to discover that often your earliest memories are those that instilled fear. For example I remember being left on my own when my mother nipped next door for some sugar Digging deep i moved on from painting my memories to writing about the injustices in the world, the pain and anguish that some in this world have to endure. A bit bleak you might say, but this digging into the dark, awakened an empathy that I believe we all try to keep buried to a degree. After all, we none of us want to feel sad all the time. However, I felt I had to go through this awakened awareness, before i could learn how to paint from the heart. Just as a journalist may lead a perfectly happy life, he/she needs to identify truth and give it a voice The human form and face continues to be a magnet for many artists. Maybe it is the raw connection with humanity and the freedom of being able to appreciate the beauty of natures gift to us. The life drawings here vary from super quick sketches to longer studies produced back in my studio. If as an artist you have not yet joined a life class, I can highly recommend you give it a go; not only do you gain valuable experience in observation skills, you genuinely feel as if you are treading in the footsteps of the great and glorious artists throughout the centuries! Relax and enjoy.. Of course the most important thing to remember in any life class, is there is no right or wrong way to interpret the figure in front of you. It is a chance to let go and play with new ideas and media without the pressure of thinking it will end up on anyones wall. Don’t get me wrong, sometimes the most amazing drawing appears after just one minute with charcoal on cartridge paper and if that happens rejoice and take it home with the care of a Rembrandt! But the main reason you are there is to loosen up and learn to really observe what is front of you – the form, the light and shade, the expression in the eyes and the body language. Sometimes its the space around the figure and its relationship to the mood in the room.In short Life Drawing is a learning experience backed up by the greatest artist of our time
Stone Sculptor and Tutor
My passion for stone carving over the last 30 years has enriched and supported my personal growth throughout my life and to others that l teach.