Crafts Study Centre - The University Museum of Modern Crafts

Shelley James - Printing with Light

Shelley James - Aperture

until 24 September 2009

Power deviation

 Shelley James explores new techniques and the creative possibilities of glass and digital imagery in a group of pieces made during her time as artist in residence at the University for the Creative Arts with new retinal scans generously provided by the School of Vision Sciences at the University of Cardiff.  The work is complex in form and manipulative energy, and expresses the artist's command of technique as well as her humanistic motivations.  Shelley is also artist in residence at the Bristol Eye Hospital, where 'vision and perception provide the central inspiration for my work'.

Artist's talk: £5
Wednesday 23 September 2009, Drinks 5-5.30pm, Talk 5.30-6.30pm (tickets include a glass of wine or soft drink) Booking essential.

Shelley James: New Work    Shelley James - what's on

9 June - 4 July 2009
Shelley James is an innovative glass artist, exploring new techniques and creative possibilities for glass and digital imagery. She is Artist in Residence at the Bristol Eye hospital and at the university for the Creative Arts, Farnham. This ambitious series of new vessels is the outcome of an Arts Council-Funded project.

Shelley James Panel Debate Friday 12 June 2009 2-5 pm, University for the Creative Arts, Farnham
A debate on the broad issues raised by the growing influence of digital media in craft practice, hosted by Colin Webster, Pathway Leader in glass at the University for the Creative Arts, together with Shelley James and artists, makers and curators from the University.
Further details from the Crafts Study Centre, tel 01252 891450

Details of the panel debate lectures are available below:

Looking backwards at the future - Professor Simon Olding