1. This art work was so clever. In the room, we had to use a camera with flash to see the photographs. 

  2. I found this work really interesting. It was at the Tate. It was loads of photos of peoples living spaces. Im so nosy i would love to do that. Its so interesting as you have this insight to peoples private lives. 

    I found this work really interesting. It was at the Tate. It was loads of photos of peoples living spaces. Im so nosy i would love to do that. Its so interesting as you have this insight to peoples private lives. 

  3. I absolutely loved this work. It was covering a stair case and banister in a gallery/cafe. It was fab! 

  4. This piece i found really interesting. It was a video, showing different camera perspectives. 6 people were walking around interacting and filming one and other, NAKED! Strange, slightly creepy, but massively enticing. 

    This piece i found really interesting. It was a video, showing different camera perspectives. 6 people were walking around interacting and filming one and other, NAKED! Strange, slightly creepy, but massively enticing. 

  5. This is such a nice selection of works. Their all made up of words, with the colourful threads hanging down. Brill!

  6. I really loved this piece, annoyingly i didnt take down any artists names, so thats helpful… 

    I really loved this piece, annoyingly i didnt take down any artists names, so thats helpful… 

  7. Liverpool Trip

    The other day the art group went through to Liverpool to visit galleries. I had a brilliant day, I’m so glad i went. I didn’t know Liverpool was quite so creative and colourful. I will defiantly be back soon!

  8. This work is called Threshold made in 2002 by Valerie Hegarty. Its made from little pieces of paper painted on and stuck to the floor to look like mosaic. She enjoyed it as people stood on it and ripped and damaged it. It reminded me a bit of my broken tiles. http://valeriehegarty.com/artwork/1802051_Threshold.html 

    This work is called Threshold made in 2002 by Valerie Hegarty. Its made from little pieces of paper painted on and stuck to the floor to look like mosaic. She enjoyed it as people stood on it and ripped and damaged it. It reminded me a bit of my broken tiles. 
    http://valeriehegarty.com/artwork/1802051_Threshold.html 

  9. Smashing tiles! I found these tiles, which look to be fairly expensive if you were to buy them. So i decided to smash them up. I was thinking about how precious peoples lives are and how easily they are broken. Except the tiles really weren’t as easy as i thought they would be to crack. 

    Smashing tiles! I found these tiles, which look to be fairly expensive if you were to buy them. So i decided to smash them up. I was thinking about how precious peoples lives are and how easily they are broken. Except the tiles really weren’t as easy as i thought they would be to crack. 

  10. Beatrice came to my mums with me for tea. 

    Beatrice came to my mums with me for tea. 

  11. I took Beatrice to the park. I got some amusing looks, but we both enjoyed our bike ride. 

  12. This is Beatrice. She was born Tuesday 13th of November.