2015© ron ford

ron ford artist dialogue opening 4 Directions

THE PROJECT - 4 Directions

This collaborative project is focused on a 4.2 mile walk near Minions on the South East corner of Bodmin Moor.


We wrked together to create a body of work that is inspired by this particular landscape and influenced by each others work.


The process has involved studio visits, walks around the moor, discussions, sketches, videos, audio recordings and installations.

interplay

THE PROJECT - Interplay

This collaborative project originated during a play session with my three and a half year old grand daughter, when we explored scanned images.


The resulting work was shown at CMR Gallery in August 2014 as part of the Inland Arts Festival in Redruth.


interplay interplay

THE PROJECT - Limbo

This project was curated and constructed by Sam Bassett. Originated during a play session with my three and a half year old grand daughter, when we explored scanned images.


The resulting work was shown at CMR Gallery in August 2014 as part of the Inland Arts Festival in Redruth.


limbo interplay

THE PROJECT - No Commissions

This project came as a result of a question “Do you do commissions?” My answer was no…….but I did do some work around the topic


No Commissions interplay

THE PROJECT - Dialogue

Two artists with completely different practices. What do they share in common apart from a passion for paint?

This is the record of a collaboration with Lynne Devey culminating in an exhibition in Falmouth.


interplay

THE PROJECT - Interim MA Show

The last exhibition of MA Fine Art students work at Arwenack House Falmouth in 2011. An exploration of 100 years of art school history through the layers of paint on the studio floor.


paint on off interplay

THE PROJECT - The meaning of landscape

This 18 month project investigated the meaning of landscape from an artists point of view. Interviews with prominent UK landscape artists were translated into new collaged works which contained elements of the conversation, the artists work in progress and my artistic history.


Conversations