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Art Exhibition to be held in School

28.08.2014

We are pleased to announce that York Steiner School will be hosting an exhibition of contemporary art over the weekend of 3rd – 5th October 2014.

The exhibition, entitled ‘The Balancing Act’ features six artists with close associations to our school.

The six independent local artists will be bringing together pieces in six – or more -distinct media. The artists are particularly keen to engage with the public directly, outside of the gallery system, giving them the freedom to exhibit the pieces they wish, without commercial considerations or pressures.

The poster for the exhibition can be viewed below. If you would like further information please feel free to get in touch with the artists at balancing.york@gmail.com.

The artists exhibiting are:

Eoghan Bridge – renowned sculptor, vociferously independent (http://eoghanbridge.wordpress.com/), and recently featured in The Press. Eoghan is a parent at school.

Vivienne Morpeth – textiles artist and teacher, specialist in nuno felting and has exhibited nationally for many years. Vivienne recently left school after finishing 8 years as a class teacher.

Alun Kirby – photographer, specializing in alternative and analogue processes, particularly camera-less photograms. He has also produced the book Glove Story. Alun is a parent at school and also our Bursar.

Jane Schaffer – ceramicist. Jane, trained in Japan and Sweden, recently celebrated 25 years as a potter and regularly exhibits both independently and in galleries both in the UK and overseas. Jane’s studio is in our business wing, and Jane makes mugs with each class 4.

Nick Ellwood – illustration and digital media. Nick’s design has featured on stage and in major public art festivals, and his recent images of Mesut Ozil as the ideal German, and of Martin Amis, have featured in The Guardian, La Stampa, El Pais, Le Monde and other leading newspapers across Europe.

Helen Mackfall – painter. Helen has painted most of her life, although dedicating much of her talent to teaching. Several of her pupils have gone on to Glasgow School of Art and the Royal Academy, London. Helen is our current class 5 teacher.

 

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