As Time Goes By

Waltham Forest Arts Club Selected Exhibition July 12-21, 2012 as part of the Leytonstone Arts Trail

Kerrie Ahern

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Kerrie Ahern

“Porcelain clay vessels containing marks and symbols from Kerrie Ahern’s childhood are accompanied by strong influences from her Chinese heritage. These fragile vessels represent some of the thoughts and memories she has from her past.”

Introspect 1 to 5 by Kerrie Ahern
Fired porcelain/mixed media, approx size 30x30x20cm each

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Kate Hardy

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Kate Hardy

“Kate Hardy’s work is informed by a sense of place and explores atmosphere. She uses architecture as a metaphor for the emotional history of the spaces which we inhabit, which were inhabited by others whose experience of our inherited spaces we can only imagine.”

Block by Kate Hardy
A1 Woodcut print

Julie Caves

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Julie Caves

“The lengthy process of building up layers of opaque and transparent colour encapsulates time in all that paint, the canvases have a history underneath. Excavate into the surface of Julie Caves’ paintings like a geologist and you will unearth the traces of alternate paths, earlier images and nearly hidden things.”

I Thought I Heard Louis Armstrong Playing by Julie Caves
Acrylic on canvas

Julian Beere

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Julian Beere

“‘Leytonstone Waitings’ is a digital video installation exploring moments of arrival and departure around and about Leytonstone.”

Waiting by Julian Beere
Video Still

Julia Spicer

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Julia Spicer

“Remnants of a bonfire on an industrial estate near Blackhorse Road photographed for some long-forgotten project unexpectedly yielded a hidden profile when printed in black and white.”

Scraphead by Julia Spicer
26 x 30 cm [framed 48.5 x 51.5 cm] black & white photograph

Gillian Drinkwater

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Gillian Drinkwater

“This Portland stone grew over many thousands of years, gathering its weight and history. The quarry tool marks are visible markers of the heaving and splitting of a piece of the past. Carved by hand, a form in space, now and forever with the weight of ages. ”

Weight of Ages by Gillian Drinkwater
L80cm xH20cmxD60cm – Portland stone

The Magma Group

Diana Furlong

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Diana Furlong

“Whilst working with this etching plate at each stage of printing the plate was modified so that the previous version could no longer be printed. So the transition through time began, ending at Transition III at which point versions II & I are lost forever; a reminder that in life we should always go forward as it is impossible to go back.”

Transition part I, 2, 3 by Diana Furlong
3 etchings framed together