Self Portrait in Marylebone

Self Portrait in Marylebone

To Be Inspired…

To Be Inspired…

A Blur

A Blur

Emotional Archaeology by Daphne Wright

Emotional Archaeology by Daphne Wright

Eyebrows & Eyelashes

Eyebrows & Eyelashes

Citizen Cashmere: White

Citizen Cashmere: White

Soft & Golden

Soft & Golden

Rebecca

Rebecca

To Be Inspired…

February 22 2017
To Be Inspired… …is to live a charmed life. From the outside in, people look at my life and comment on how glamorous it is. What fun I must be having. 24/7. An uncomfortable number of individuals get a snippet into my quotidian life via social media, many see my photography on...
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A Blur

February 03 2017
A Blur I love to experiment with imagery and creating an image that hints at spontaneity and creativity – a blur of a picture. Recently that has been in the form of photography. As I can’t well do this when I’m doing tests for agencies, or collaborating with artsy friends, or...
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Emotional Archaeology by Daphne Wright

December 08 2016
Emotional Archaeology by Daphne Wright The Arnolfini has put on Emotional Archaeology, a major solo exhibition by artist Daphne Wright, curated by Jo Lanyon. The exhibition showcases work from the breadth of Wright’s career. Originally from Ireland, Wright works from her home studio in Bristol to explore “complex social issues and our understanding of...
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Exhibitions: #OurColour by Liz West

September 06 2016
Exhibitions: #OurColour by Liz West From the 2nd to the 10th of September, Liz West’s exhibition on colour will be running as part of the Bristol Bennial. For those of you who live locally, you can find the inspiring installation in one of the Pithay studios’ old offices. If you’re not around, look the...
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Nigerian Riot Girl

July 14 2016
Nigerian Riot Girl “Culture does not make people. People make culture.”                                                                            — Chimamanda Ngozie Adichie....
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First People, Second City

January 18 2016
First People, Second City I remember learning about ‘the Native Americans’ in history lessons and noting the ambiance that dipping into this rich culture created among my classmates. Names like ‘Star Blanket’ and ‘Wind Condor’ were marvels to us, thus we conjured up new names for ourselves, our own “Native-inspired” creations, along the...
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