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Life in Miniature

Inspired by our exquisite collection of miniature portraits by May B. Lee, November’s Hands on History session explores the world in miniature. One of May B. Lee’s beautiful miniature portraits of a young girl called Barbara will be presented for … Continue reading

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Evaluating my Inuit Illustration Residency with the Museum team

As far as the Inuit residency went from my perspective and the museum team’s, it was a very positive learning outcome for all. To round things off after the exhibition ‘The Land that Faces Away from the Sun: Changing Lives on … Continue reading

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Last weekend of the Inuit Illustration exhibition on display!

This weekend is your last chance to see “The land that faces away from the sun: Changing lives on Baffin Island” exhibition at Nuneaton Museum & Art Gallery. Continue reading

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Arc School Workshop

Last week I had the pleasure of meeting and working with Shannon, Lewis, Evan, Jamey and Callum – Year 8 and 10 students from Arc School Church End in Ansley, Warwickshire. Visiting their school to introduce myself and my work as … Continue reading

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An Inuit diet is not for me, but maybe Heston has the right idea!

Whilst developing compositions for my final illustrations, I’m still reading up on the way of life in Inuit communities. One of the things I find most enjoyable to do with friends and family is to cook and eat. However somehow, … Continue reading

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A museum trip to London with exhibition plans ahead

After the second visit to Nuneaton, I’ve been gathering my ideas and discussing how I can turn my illustrations into interactives with Matt, the museum’s Outreach Officer – and also working out the layout of the exhibition with Jen, the … Continue reading

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Understanding Inuit Animals

As an Illustrator, when I want to learn about something, I understand more if I try to draw it and look at the visual sense of what it is or how it works. For example, here’s a quick sketch related … Continue reading

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