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Somerset Artist Development


MEGAN WAKELAM


Megan is exploring a growing interest in developing site- specific works. Her collection of large abstract work encapsulates ideas of landscape and space. Her work responds to the environment, drawing inspiration from the adventures and journeys that form between. Megan started producing eco-pigments from natural materials sourced locally.


The bursary provides an opportunity for her to use new methods to create large scale work inspired by the landscape around Clayhill Arts. She is working alongside established artist Pennie Elfick and another Creative Pathways artist Emma Housley.


Megan graduated in Fine Art from Plymouth University. meganwakelam.com


Venue 133: Clayhill Arts, Clayhill Farm, Charlynch Lane, BRIDGWATER, TA5 2PH


OLIVIA PEACE


Olivia has an increasing interest in the field of curating contemporary art, and recently curated the show ‘Unfinished Business’ in The Long Gallery at Hestercombe Gardens. This group show displayed the works in progress of the third year Fine Art Students at University Centre Somerset.


Olivia has developed a narrative of the teen experience. During the Festival, she will curate an exhibition called ‘Teen Dream’, aiming to give younger artists in Somerset the chance to express the experience of their adolescence. She strongly believes it is important to give artistic young people the exposure they need to tell the stories of their experiences of growing up in a rural area like Somerset.


Olivia was awarded a BA in Fine Art from University Centre Somerset this year.


oliviajanex.wixsite.com/oliviape aceart


Venue 28: University Centre Somerset, Wellington Road, TAUNTON, TA1 5AX


Programme As part of Arts Council England’s National Portfolio, Somerset Art Works commits to developing and profiling high quality work by Somerset artists for its audiences, in order to sustain a viable artistic economy in the county.


Our Artist Development Programme offers opportunities for our artist members at different levels. This includes advice, bursaries, mentoring, co-learning and peer-networking, with the objective of supporting artists to sustain their artistic practices.


For the latest opportunities and events: somersetartworks.org.uk/ artistdevelopment


For the latest from our bursary artists: sawartistdevelopment.blog


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