Puppet Challenge at the Artlog: the contributors Part 2

Charlotte Hill. Teacher and artist

Blog

Herman Inclusus. Artist

Website

Ben Javens. Illustrator

Website

Lucy Kempton. Blogger, maker and a past Guest Curator at the Artlog
 

 Blog

Janet Kershaw. Illustrator

Website

Liz King-Sangster. Artist and mural painter

Blog

Lynne Lamb. Artist

Blog

Rachel Larkins. Artist

 Website

Jodi Le Bigre. Artist

Blog

Christopher Lettington. Artlogger

Blog

 

Liisa Mannery. Artlogger

Blog

Anna Marchi. Artist

Website

Caroline McCatty. Artist

Blog

Nomi McLeod. Artist and performer

Blog

Chloe Redfern. Artist

Blog

Stepahanie Redfern. Artist

Blog

Philippa Robbins. Artist

Website

Peter Slight. Artist and Guest Curator of the Puppet Challenge

 Website

Rima Staines. Artist, illustrator and animator

Blog

Jennifer VonStein. Artist

Website

Judy Watson. Illustrator

Blog

Bev Wigney. Naturalist, photographer and writer

Blog

Sarah Young. Artist

Website

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  5. How delicious and appetising to see all these jewel-like little samples of so much talent, I feel very honoured and rather awestruck to be seen amongst them! Bravo and thanks for all the careful work putting them together.

    • This time last year, Lucy, you were Guest Curator at the Artlog for Alphabet Soup, with Shellie your aide de camp. So pleased to see you both here as a contributor’s to current Curator Peter Slight’s Puppet Challenge project. You know only too well how much time and effort goes into the administration of the Artlog exhibitions, and I’ve been lucky to have you and Shellie and now Peter, to help with the work.

      We’ve had a great take-up for the project, and with so much talent pouring into it, by close-of-play at end of June I should think we’ll have something pretty special to show.

  6. Well I’ve just a very enjoyable hour looking at the websites and blogs of the contributors; gosh, there are some talented and inspiring people out there, my head is spinning with all the gorgeous work swimming before my eyes.

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