New work presented in short bursts, described in brief by the people who produced it. Take a look at the latest work of a range of artists and designers and read first hand accounts from them about the processes, the results and the reaction.
My work is based on anonymous, discarded snapshots of strangers and this painting is from an on-going series of graveside paintings I began earlier this year.
The painting depicts a figure looming out of a dark background, wearing a mask and cloak. The eyes of the figure are the focal point.
I wanted something striking and also quite fierce and I wanted the bird to look confident and defiant, like it was railing against the situation.
I was shocked at what I was seeing when the planes crashed into the World Trade Centre, but I can also understand how there's always two sides to every story.
They began to appear in various locations. The following morning, the commissioners received an email from Mendip District Council complaining about disruptive calls to their planning department.
This is an art work in the form of a very odd combination of advertisements and announcements as a page in the Frome Times.