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Website
http://myles.elliott@hotmail.co.uk
Relationship status
single
College / University
trade street studios
Program / Degree
founndation
Member type
Artist
If you're an artist, what kind of art do you make?
Digital, Drawing, Painting, Photography, Printmaking
I am...
interestd in working in collaboration with other artists. im interested in showing work in galleries and other oppertunities. id be interested in working with other artists working in other mediums. id like to find a partner to paint graffiti with...
About my artwork
i am a 34 yr old living in a large city in south wales uk. the city never fails to keep me interested and concious. my art is a personal response to sights you would see in any city, and belongs to the cultural phenominom 'graffiti'.
Artists I like
basquiet. warholl. lichtenstien. pollac. de kooning. kerouac. frost. frost. johns. heron. dada. picasso. vincent. crumb. 2000 ad.
Interests
films, books, walking. robots, food shopping and cooking, smoking, drawing and painting, digital imagery, correspondance. day trips and journeys.
Centre of the artworld:
New York, London, LA, Berlin, Beijing

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At 7:21 on October 8, 2012, ben vickers said…

Hi Myles!  Welcome to the group - look forward to seeing more of your work!  Ben

At 3:20 on January 13, 2010, Cynthia Dillenbeck said…
hey Myles!!! R u on Facebook?
At 17:28 on January 12, 2010, Carlo Keshishian said…
27 is the best number! Yeah, it is a bit cold and icy to be going out and doing that stuff right now eh?!

The award winning one is the one with all the words.. 'Picture Worth a Thousand Words'.. you commented on it in facebook previously.. I got the award last year, though the piece is 11 years old now!
At 3:37 on January 5, 2010, Dheemanthini Sharma said…
What does scrawl collective have to do with deities? I thought you were asking about academic practice in a faculty like theology or something. Suggested that as it was available in Cardiff. Sorry Elliott.
At 23:02 on January 3, 2010, Dheemanthini Sharma said…
These are few options...

in cardiff...

This Professor can be your treasure...
http://adam-hardy.blogspot.com/

He can tell you everything about the wondrous stuff you can see in India. If you are into Greek Mythology already, you can really study the proto-indo-european art that began as aboriginal [for instance indo-hittite] and then got finer as temples. [Includes Greek]

sample of Greek...

http://bradpsculptor.wordpress.com/


Samples of India which is relatively alien to you...


http://www.indiantemples.com/Maharashtra/elephanta.html

Guess travel would help. And some books that help you with the basic science behind these deities.
At 16:39 on December 24, 2009, Cynthia Dillenbeck said…
Hi Myles,

I just put up my newest (& largest Canvas) of work. I hope you enjoy it and I also wish you a wonderful Christmas!!!!!!!
At 16:09 on December 17, 2009, Maxine Hendy said…
which painting? Yours or mine?
It's a constant battle of juggling. At the moment, sculpture is foremost, so i'll do that as soon as i've finished an amount of boring chores, necessary for my head, or else i can't enjoy my work!
if time, i'll add some tones/colour to paintings, so at least they've moved on, then at least by 4.30ish i end up starting food. If any of my work is at a crucial stage, i try to do everything at once!! I'm used to working this way. the food on the table often shares the space with objects i'm working with, not ideal but the family are used to it. No space to sit in front of fire cos it's full of wet scuptures. I used to like the thought of living in london, but i love wales too much after 22 years, lived in Bath for a while before moving here.
London's the place to be for your art though, especially if free and single.
- I get my shoes from Brighton :) through the post, i've never been there, but it sounds a buzzing place to be. What degree will you do?
At 8:40 on December 16, 2009, Maxine Hendy said…
sounds an interesting course!
At 8:38 on December 15, 2009, Maxine Hendy said…
what was your project about?
will you carry on working over the holiday - is it all project work you do on your course or do you submit a 'learning plan' ie what you intend to do for the term?
I'm enjoying making my latest series of sculptures, but won't know if it gets into the post grad. exhibition until March.
http://www.galeriianto.co.uk/
At 11:10 on December 11, 2009, Carlo Keshishian said…
thanks Myles! Good to see your drawings and street observational documents up here too! I am in Beirut now, doing a show.. it's been going well.. Yes, the world is one big crazy gallery! Hope you are well. :)
 
 
 

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