Tools to Evoke Change

Tools to Evoke Change

Image: Tools to Evoke Change (photo Alistair Clark Photography) I have been very busy and absorbed in my studio, producing a range of new objects, ‘Tools to evoke Change’. They got their first public outing, at a recent Open studio event, with lots of curiosity and...

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News – Life Coach December 2018

I am now a Qualified Transformational Life Coach, successfully completing the Diploma Course with Animas recently. I am now working with a range of individual clients and starting to liaise with creative organisations to provide bespoke coaching and wellbeing services...

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Becoming a Life Coach

Becoming a Life Coach

I am delighted to be moving in a new direction working with people and have started training to become a Life Coach. I am studying with Animas, and will qualify with a Diploma in Transformational Coaching in the autumn. I am setting myself up to work freelance, I...

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News January 2018

News January 2018

    I will be part of several exhibitions so far coming up this year. The SSA/VAS annual Open show opening on 29th January at the National Galleries, Edinburgh until 8th March A group ceramics exhibition at the Tatha Gallery, Newport on Tay will open in May....

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News September 2017 – Art Walk Porty

News September 2017 – Art Walk Porty

  I have just set up my art installation as part of Art Walk Porty 2017, a local arts event here in Portobello, Edinburgh. The theme of the installation pieces is 'Edgelands', and I have responded to the brief by drawing attention to the seawater here at Seafield...

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transFORM exhibition at the Meffan Gallery

transFORM exhibition at the Meffan Gallery

transFORM at the Meffan gallery June/July 2017 I have now joined a of group of artists who use, reaproppriate and explore manmade objects. Along with Simon Ward, Keiko Mukaide, Robert Mach, Nathalie Cortada and Karen Murat, I exhibited work at the Meffan Gallery in...

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July 2017 Recent Exhibition News

July 2017 Recent Exhibition News

  Tatha Gallery I was part of an interesting show, called ‘ Connections’ , which ran from 21st April to 17th June. The gallery is in a beautiful old building, shared with the The Newport Restaurant and rooms on the High St in Newport on Tay and overlooks the...

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Objects for an Uncertain World

Objects for an Uncertain World

Solo Show Objects for an Uncertain World new and reconfigured works, installations of ceramics, textiles and drawings Saturday 19th to Sunday 27th November, 2016 open 12 noon to 6pm daily Artist Talks on Saturday 19th and 26th November 2-3pm, all welcome Patriothall...

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News October 2016

News October 2016

I am delighted to have been accepted as a professional member of Scottish Society of Artists , http://www.s-s-a.org/member/?u=jennypope   I have had a busy summer and been part of a couple of exhibitions.   ArtWalk Porty, was on during the first weekend in...

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June News from Studio

June News from Studio

Continuing to explore and experiment with a range of materials, I am producing a series of 2D sculptural drawings on paper. I have been pouring, splashing, washing, crumpling and drawing. I have used ink, beeswax, household paint, shellac, polish, bleach and oilbar. I...

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News Update for 2016

News Update for 2016

I am having an exciting start to the New Year, with a brand new website, designed and built by Julia Douglas. Also I am now starting to work towards a solo exhibition I will be having in November of this year. It will be for 2 weeks at Patriothall Gallery in...

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worry stones

worry stones

I have been making a series of laminated driftwood and plastic found on beaches and formed them into small pebble sized objects, to be viewed as 'worry stones', objects for contemplation.

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porcelain banksia pods

porcelain banksia pods

I have been working on a series of porcelain pod shapes, all individually made, in response to banksia seed pods I found whilst travelling in Australia. The have been installed as part of 'Sculpture in Context' exhibition at National Botanic Gardens in Dublin, and at...

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