Show and Tell

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.

  • Laura Lancaster: Untitled

    Laura Lancaster: Untitled

    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.


  • Lindsey Bull: Night Rite

    Lindsey Bull: Night Rite

    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.


  • Guy McKinley: I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings

    Guy McKinley: I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings

    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.


  • Ian Stevenson: Call 911

    Ian Stevenson: Call 911

    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.


  • Mike Ricketts: Huis Clos/Planning Line

    Mike Ricketts: Huis Clos/Planning Line

    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.


  • Adam Chodzko: We love you here...

    Adam Chodzko: We love you here...

    This is an art work in the form of a very odd combination of advertisements and announcements as a page in the Frome Times.