Learning from the story of Matisse

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I know everyone has been raving about the Matisse Cut-Outs exhibition which is currently showing at Tate Modern but I have to admit I wasn't that tempted. Matisse isn't one of my favourite artits; although I love the simplicity of many of his…

Prints made by 200+ people

As I was preparing for the recent Open House event I knew that one of the things people enjoy about it is the chance to find out more about the way an artist approaches their work. I always have sketchbooks on show, this time I also wanted to…

Visiting and finding new art

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Wow! What a weekend. Thanks to all who came to visit us at Artists at Home this weekend - it was a record number of visitors. Whether this was due to the weather (not too hot, not too wet!) or the fact that I had Louise Richards showing her…
Alice Sheridan etching with chine collée

Artists at Home 2014

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The last time I showed at Artists at Home my work was mainly landscape paintings. I had started to incorporate printed line and collage and was keen to try printmaking techniques to explore the mix between a controlled and gestural mark in a…
Creativity is allowing mistakes... from alicesheridan.com

Making the most of mistakes

So today I have been sorting through work and framing up selected prints. The past few years has been a time of many experiments as I work my way through the print studio like a child in a sweet shop! I have generated a lot of work on paper…

Discovery...

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This weekend I went along to the Untitled Artists Fair at Chelsea old townhall.  It's always inspiring to see work that other people are creating and it usually sparks new ideas of your own. One of the first displays that caught my attention…

Find your secret starting point

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Almost a decade ago I was a frustrated artist. At home with two small children I just never had the time to pursue what I wanted, and I couldn't see anyway I could make it possible. It was simply beyond the realm of my possibilities; no time…