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Convergence & Space

Convergence & Space

Since the beginning of this week Paul Grellier and myself have been setting up in the Goods Shed, Stroud for "Convergence& Space"...going through the normal motions of setting up for a exhibition, all the uncertainty and excitement that...

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The sheds

The sheds

Spend a few days at "The Sheds" in Whiltshire, friends of mine have created a amazing home for their family, a oasis of creativity, whenever I had the opportunity to stay with them, surrounded by original artwork and their deep passion for art,...

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Moving along nicely

Moving along nicely

A weekend full of stone dust and the sound of the grinder, what could be better? I made progress during the last days, can see the forms finding their place in the stone. I seem to have the hang of the grinder now and the carving is developing...

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The other side

The other side

With no other carving did I experience the same longing to turn it, being able to view it all the time from all sides, I believe this is due to a deeper understanding of 3D-ness, how I want the form to move freely between dimension. Thanks...

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Pompeii exhibition at British Museum

Pompeii exhibition at British Museum

..I remember vividly the first history talk I had to give in secondary school about "Pompeii", I was touched by the story, ever since wanted to visit Pompeii but have not managed it yet. I had to go and visit the current exhibition at the British Museum. Walking...

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Carry on, move on

Carry on, move on

Aware of my limited experience working with stone on a larger scale I lost heart for a few days, I literally did. The constant thinking about the carving, the forms, the drive to get to the workshop...where did it all go? It gave way to the sinking feeling that I...

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Grind to a halt

Grind to a halt

Nothing was different to other days when I went to my workshop...even got myself some new smaller and dished grinding disks to find better access to some areas in the stone. I was suddenly aware of the limitations of the way I am working this heavy lump..no lifting...

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Slow mass

Slow mass

This stone carving business is again and again taking me by surprise, in how much it requires of me to slow down and to be patient also counting in the size of the stone, a scale I am not yet familiar with. Talking of size...the weight is almost...

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Something is happening

Something is happening

Easier start today, the first steps have been taken but it always take time to get back into the groove after a week full of...life. Several hours had passed and all of a sudden forms in the stone moved, oh wow, I love it when that happens, it seems to me the most...

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Made a beginning

Made a beginning

Started to carve on my 200kg boulder, all ideas for now are out of the window as the boulder has a shape of it's own and a grain that needs incorporating. Working with the grinder, enjoying the expansive space I am working with, the forms are loose at this stage,...

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I draw to think and get a feel for a subject I am interested in.
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Ann-Margreth Bohl