Archive for March, 2008


  My work explores the forms of fossils which morph into imaginary ambiguous landscapes. Each canvas is built up in layers which show the history and exploration of colour and light used to produce a richness to the surface of my paintings. By floating dramatic shapes across the surface and creating a tension between the […]

Line and space


“Line and Space” An exhibition by Jonathan Gray & Michael Leason Jonathan’s work is based on a collection of found objects, and using these to create paintings and drawings from. He has created a large scale charcoal drawing which is based on drawing the objects from one view, then drawing the same objects over the […]

‘Early Sunday Morning’ by Ken Watts is a large pencil drawing on a 360 inches by 29 ½ inch roll of fabriano drawing paper, using Faber Castell drawing pencils 9H to 9B and fixed with fixative (It took thirteen large cans) on show in the Shaun Project Space Ashburne House 12th to 14th March.. Made […]

out of place


Greetings from my imagination New works by Liz Alderton Dreamy landscapes, mystical places the ideas for my work are taken from my dreams, half forgotten memories, something imagined or half- observed. I try to resist the temptation to fill these memories into something more substantial and try to be realistic to the vision and all […]



shaun project space presents UNDERSTARS Michael Gardner Sam Watson Bradley lay and Sam Watson Ben Gilchrest