wendy newman – lecturer

wendy newman – lecturer

2007

2007

 

 

KEVICC garden apple trees

KEVICC garden apple trees

 

 

Yarner Beacon

Yarner Beacon

Teaching

Wendy Newman has been teaching art for over thirty years within tertiary and secondary education in Devon.
For the last six years she has also taught on the Totnes Art & Design Foundation Course at KEVICC.

Wendy’s particular interest lies in teaching printmaking, drawing and painting and colour theory.

Work

Wendy has worked from and with the landscape since the late 1970’s

Work tends to be started outside working directly onto canvas or paper in the open. It then goes through later changes based on memory, evocation of a place and for the way in which sets of marks and colours work within a given perimeter. Locations are often returned to and familiarity plays a big part of a painting, drawing or print’s progression. Debris contained within a canvas will often reflect the nature of the location and enhance the textural quality of that being depicted. Patterns and shapes, particularly in soil, developed as a result of human intervention interest her as does the walking and the movement and interaction through a landscape. Work attempts to capture something of the vibrancy colour, shape and pattern of these experiences.

Education

1975-76
Foundation Course in Art and Design
Bournemouth and Poole College of Art and Design

1976-9
BA (Honours) Fine Art 2:1
Ravensbourne College of Art and Design

1979 – 80
Art Teacher’s Certificate
Brighton College

Selected Exhibitions

2003 – Solo exhibition at The Ariel Gallery, KEVICC, Totnes
2007 – Joint exhibition with Colin Bigwood  KEVICC, Totnes
2009 – Joint exhibition with Bob Clements, Art Advisor for Devon, The Bowie Gallery, Totnes.
1980 – 2012 – Work exhibited in various group shows in Plymouth, Exeter,
South  London, Somerset and Dartington