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Paul G Neale
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  • Cambridge
  • United Kingdom
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Website
http://paulgneale.tumblr.com
Relationship status
married
College / University
Kent Institute of Art and Design
Program / Degree
Graphic Fine Art M.A
Graduation
October 30, 1994
Member type
Artist
If you're an artist, what kind of art do you make?
Drawing, Photography
I am...
involved in teaching/training international students.
About my artwork
I draw. Themes drawn from childhood, the Cold War and more recently, my young family. I also use cameras to document my family indirectly by recording images of all the discarded objects left around the place. In addition I appropriate found images and manipulate them , these images are quietly critical of politicians and the Royals.
Artists I like
Andrew Cross, David Cotterell, David Kefford, Paul Muse, Colin Self Pete Nevin, Peter Sorge, Peter Blake
Interests
Drawing and mark making, photography and video
What exhibitions are good at the moment?
Pretty much anything at Kettles Yard in Cambridge and First Site in Colchester. The Aid and Abet art space initiative in Cambridge is very exciting and requires critical attention.
Centre of the artworld:
another city

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gosh

just bumped into john a walker in cyber land.., he has done great work and added a lot to the art education scene over the years.

Posted on July 3, 2011 at 16:29

Monday 30th 2011

 Bank holiday blues. Made some collages and photographed them and archived them. Rest of day thinking and planning for a new drawing series. The drawings will relate to the family in some way, using toys as a departure point. It 's an intuitive thing. The drawings will be mediated through photographic references , but nothing over complex. It is a fairly well used contemporary tactic to use what is around one to make art.

Posted on May 30, 2011 at 15:30

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At 9:33 on June 19, 2012, Steven Music said…

Hi Paul, nice meeting you here too. Great work!

At 16:10 on December 12, 2011, MOUROT Marie-Jeanne said…

Merci Paul ,je pourrai mieux suivre ton travail!

At 8:52 on November 9, 2011, Georgia Peskett said…

Thanks Paul, yes I'm very interested in the work of Richter and hope to catch the Tate show,

At 15:38 on September 10, 2011, simon mack said…
yep like yr style . interesting new visual language you have there. best , Simon M
At 6:58 on August 4, 2011, Mark Lomax said…
Hi Paul, thanks for the add, I'd seen your work and had meant to contact you earlier. I like what you have been doing with your crumpled and distressed imagery, its an area I am currently exploring and it is always interesting to see how someone else is developing a shared interest. I like how in your work the manipulation of the image allows for new interpretations and a re-assessment of the original context.
At 4:34 on July 31, 2011, Dan McCormack said…

Hi Paul, This is Dan McCormack

These images are framed 20" x 16"  and or  30" x 24".

 

 

At 8:51 on July 27, 2011, Margret Schopka said…

Thank you very much for friendship, Paul .Yes I know Roni Horn, I like her work very much.

regards Margret

At 8:12 on July 5, 2011, JOHN A WALKER said…
I donated my copies of ZG to the National Art Library because they did not have it. I have a long run of Artmonthly from 1978 if anyone wants them and is willing to pick them up in Surrey.
At 8:41 on July 4, 2011, JOHN A WALKER said…
I taught at Farnham during the 1970s one day per week as an art historian. One student I remember well is Peter Hill (Scottish now in Australia) creator of superfictions - has a website and writes on art for several publications, he founded the art mag ALBA.
At 6:39 on July 3, 2011, JOHN A WALKER said…

Thanks for comment. I have not been to Cambridge in many years - once gave a lecture at the university there on language and art. Poor health precludes travel these days.

 

regards John

 
 
 

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