The morning of Monday 14th August was the deadline date for the hand in of our dissertation and Monday 21st for our Masters Show of practical work.
It seems only a few months ago that I traveled early by train one autumnal morning to nervously meet with my classmates and principal lecturer in the foyer of Gray's School of Art. However, two years has passed and I am now setting up my final summation of this amazing journey. Along the way I have made many news friends, forged collaborative adventures, learned new processes and produced a show that I am proud of.
Far from being an end point though, my Masters Shows marks a new beginning. As I graduate I leave with a sketchbook full of new concepts that I intend to develop. My plan is to continue making in my studio at home and applying for opportunities and competitions. I have already been accepted for a one woman show for 2018.
The photograph above shows only some of the works that I will be showing. Rather than have a large space I chose 3 spaces that linked together so that visitors may experience it as a journey of inspired collections.