Research At Sunderland University

Research At Sunderland University

Jenny quickly realised that concrete has environmental issues and a large carbon footprint. After extensive research online, Jenny used her time as part of the AA2A scheme (Artist Access to Art Colleges) At Sunderland University to make trials of different mixtures to...
Further Experimentation in Studio

Further Experimentation in Studio

Jenny has been using different formers including fabric and chicken wire to produce objects which have different pigments in them and then sand/shot blasted to reveal eroded surfaces. These are being designed for use in gardens and outdoor spaces.
work in progress

work in progress

Large piece, around 2.5m high concrete bone form, unfinished, still to be adjusted in shape and sandblasted surface, along with a plinth.
Project Space at ESW

Project Space at ESW

Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop, Project Space Jenny was awarded a Craft Makers Award in 2011 from the City of Edinburgh Council for research and development of large scale bone and rock related sculptures. She used this to fund a short time at the Edinburgh Sculpture...
installation at 3 harbours festival

installation at 3 harbours festival

The piece started at Sunderland was then installed at Cockenzie Harbour, in East Lothian , as part of the 3 Harbours Festival in May 2011. It was installed at low tide and took 4 people with ropes to lift onto large ‘plinth’.