Borrowed View 231 - Sunday, December 18, 2011 Japanese Teahouse Series 2005-2011. Borrowed View 231. One of 231 coloured drawings, a part of an installation-work in progress. There my focus has been on the Japanese expression "borrowed landscape". A technique where vistas extend beyond a structure, into the distance.gn
The Absent Belfry Shö-Rö - Wednesday, November 02, 2011 Image: Autumn is here yet again, time to take the sculpture away. A Decade of Sculpture in the Garden exhibition, has come to an end in the Harold Martin Botanic Garden University of Leicester. Please find a few autumn images amongst others, of The Absent Belfry Shö-Rö
Statement of what a drawing means to me - Wednesday, September 07, 2011 For me there are two kinds of drawings. The necessary accurate measurement working drawing, for the purpose of making a sculpture. And then it is the drawing that pleases my mind, with the freedom of expression.....
Drawing Symposium and Conference University of Huddersfield 21st -28th August - Monday, September 05, 2011
Image, part of the participating artists, conference lecturer and guests, at the campus before a coach journey to visit Yorkshire Sculpture Park and the new Hepworth Wakefield 27th August.
Juliet Macdonald from Huddersfield University - John D.Antone and Carl Billingsley USA - Silke Katharina Hahn, Bettina Ludicke, Petra Paffenholz and Gustaf Reinhard from Germany - Dilys Jackson, Deanna Petherbridge and Johannes von Stumm UK - Eva Moosbrugger and Ilse Schrottenbach Austria - Mark Reist Switzerland - Wouter Muiler Belgium - Henrik Troelsen and Benny Jensen Denmark, Gudrun Nielsen Iceland
Beatriz Blanch Spain, behind the camera.
Drawing Symposium UK - Saturday - Friday, August 19, 2011
Gudrun is one of 15 Artists from 7 countries that have been selected for Drawing Symposium UK 2011 "Technologies of Drawing" sculpture network in cooperation with the University of Huddersfield 21. - 28. August "the aim to enquire about and represent the idea of drawing across a range of materials, methods and technologies, going beyond the on-going debated opposition between hand-made and digital".