BA (Hons) Fine Art 2018
Luke Roberts

Luke Roberts

The human condition is defined as: ‘the characteristics, key events, and situations which compose the essentials of human existence’. Within my practice I aim to explore the human condition through the depiction of both the inner emotional ego and the outer physical...

Amy Powell

Amy Powell

My painting, Still Life, references a collage of manipulated images from a vast number of printed sources to highlight the artificiality in digital media and its relationship to the status created in painting. The compositions in each section are very present, but...

Lauren Marie Sheldrick

Lauren Marie Sheldrick

Sad Drunk Girl is a celebration of the failures of womanhood. By looking at my own excessive consumption and the negative connotations that comes with it, my work strives to comment on the gender stereotypes that comes with being a ‘girl’. “Women who consume...

Bethan Davies

Bethan Davies

Inspired by a trip to India, where the day-to-day manufacture of items by hand is still a commonplace skill, I realised how little we rely on our hands and handed down practical skill in our contemporary culture. We live in a society of convenience and as a result we...

Aron Samuel-Thomas

Aron Samuel-Thomas

My most recent work focuses on memory and its resonance with childhood mythologies and folklore. I am particularly interested in the utopian, idealistic idea of a Western childhood and especially in my own personal experiences. The colours I have used aim to be...

Leanne Katchi

Leanne Katchi

Embroidery and stitch have a long-standing presence in feminist history. Sewing has traditionally been classed as ‘women’s work’, and is an example of the laborious and creative work that usually went unnoticed. I take pleasure in stitching narratives to create my...

Lucy Allen

Lucy Allen

Ideal western modern living habitats are strong, secure and most importantly, sealed off from any intruding outside elements. A home with drafts, dirt or leaking rain water, is a rundown one, to be sold at a low price. Striving far to avoid contact with inconvenient...

Angela Magee

Angela Magee

I work primarily through the mediums of moving pictures, sound and installation, and combine all three where possible. I’m interested in the stories of people’s lives, and the shifting subjectivity of memory. When I create art it is never to try and reproduce...

Sophie Churcher

Sophie Churcher

The work I create started with using still life photography to re-create my own landscape photography, I did this by reflecting light through different transparent and opaque objects to create my own artificial landscapes, formed by the shapes, colours and textures...

Lily Jennings

Lily Jennings

Last summer I won a bursary from the university to spend some time in the Icelandic landscape to further my practice. The resulting work is a body of paintings exploring abstraction through colour relationships, using colours inspired by the various landscapes I...

Giulia Patricolo

Giulia Patricolo

My artwork mixes common images found in mass media and popular culture such as celebrities, models and politicians and mixes it with a sense of humour. It is making fun of different aspects of life and placing it in fake frames in order to be placed within context in...

Lianne Morgan

Lianne Morgan

The universal source of communication is through frequency, not language. When you remove the language and a learnt pattern of communication you are left with a range of frequencies. Frequencies are constantly being emitted through our brainwaves, our cellular...

Rebekah Peace

Rebekah Peace

Knitting is my hobby. It is also a hobby often viewed by the population at large in a kind of negative light due to it’s domestic connotations and the idea that it is merely a futile and thankless pastime for elderly women. I myself have been the butt of many a joke...

Georgina Louise Beckett

Georgina Louise Beckett

My work has been created using both sourced and self-made videos. Through editing, I have found a love for the look of CRT monitor style videos, combined with bright colours that really draw in the viewer. Video is very stimulating as it allows me to show clips that...

Sarah Louise Davies

Sarah Louise Davies

My practice is an exploration of the way I visually perceive the coastline. I investigate how I interpret the world, the moments remembered, overlooked and the way I interpret colours and textures. Visual perception is the way in which a person understands the world...

Bethan Morgan

Bethan Morgan

My body of work is Abstract within photography. My aim is to create photographs that show the abstract method, by creating an elution with digital technology. The reason why I have created a body of work like this is because, I want to show movement within my images...

Cerys Matthews

Cerys Matthews

My current practice looks at portraiture, exploring what is required, in terms of facial features, for pieces of work to be deemed a portrait. By classing each feature of the face as a single section; such as eyes, nose, mouth and hairline. Drawing each of these...

Alannah Harton

Alannah Harton

My current work is a continuation from my dissertation, investigating the idea of post anthropomorphism through causality and human agency, enforcing the thought that art exists beyond the human and our anthropomorphic translations of nature. By looking at natural...

Alice Henderson

Alice Henderson

My practice aims to investigate myself, both as an individual and an artist. This is done through an in depth, uncensored analysis of my thoughts and perception of the world, through photography, writing and drawing. I intend to psychologically contextualize the work...

Rachel Barton

Rachel Barton

My current work is driven by a desire to understand what ‘home’ is to me. Where is it? What is it? Who is it? An exploration of various places, a physical home, objects that spark memories of home and photographs convey the journey I have undertaken this year....

Darcie Jade Hammett

Darcie Jade Hammett

My art work is based around science and space, it explores the developing changes in the universe and is influenced by different theories, facts and ways of thinking. Through my investigation of space I have explored different paths of thought. My main interest is...

Daisy-Kate Lowes

Daisy-Kate Lowes

My artwork is based on the relationship between children and art. I have investigated the benefits of the arts to children’s cognitive development and education throughout my dissertation and artwork. I also researched the benefits of art therapy for children and...

Grace Cupper

Grace Cupper

My current practice explores the need to express emotions and reflect on experience through an artistic practice, utilising language, drawing and painting to push the boundaries of stereotypical self-portraiture. Self-reflection, obsession and insecurity are conveyed...

Jon Wall

Jon Wall

Provisionality is the emblematic way of how I understand the world, life’s uncertainties and my ever changing surroundings. I use a method of representation and erasure to create a visual tension between abstraction and representation, figure and landscape and depth...

Harry waring

Harry waring

by using both installation and abstract performance I intended to look at the relation between the space and the performer, all the while looking at personal and political issues and the historical impact of performance in relation to political ideals. With personal...

Gwenllian Llwyd

Gwenllian Llwyd

In 1982 my Mum gave birth to a little boy called Owain Rhun Llwyd. At 4 months old, he was diagnosed with serious brain damage. He died just before turning 4 years old. During his short life, women from the local Welsh speaking community in Talgarreg decided to...

Keira Louise Pain

Keira Louise Pain

As a printmaker my work focuses on the relationship between the botanical world and art. My work focuses on the attention to detail by looking closely at patterns, textures and colour that are found within nature in flowers and plants. My inspiration for my print...

Georgia Davies

Georgia Davies

These paintings create an illusion that provokes an emotive state, in the same sense as to how depression has a certain hold on you. The viewer feels a sense of being pushed and pulled whilst looking at the paintings - just like being under a trance. After...

Lauren Goodwin

Lauren Goodwin

My main focus of my work is to look past the obvious and identify the changes, be it in my own life and in my artwork. Change is constant whether we notice it or are oblivious to it. This subject matter of change can relate to anyone and anything. Change for me is...

Jodie John

Jodie John

Coercive control is the foundation on which domestic abuse is built and is the micromanagement of a victims life. Domestic abuse isn’t just acts of violence, it is acts of control, it is where domestic abuse starts and escalates. Living with an abusive partner or...

Abi Birkinshaw

Abi Birkinshaw

My current work is an investigation into how we cope in the face of significant absence or loss; how do we get up and get out of bed each morning and face the world when something so fundamental, so intrinsic to our lives as we have known them is gone? Underpinning...

Crisiant Williams

Crisiant Williams

I am endeavouring to explore the space between extremes - the ambiguous middle ground between contrasting elements, but not their extreme versions. I am not interested in a singular, central ideal, instead, I consider a series of sliding scales, somewhere along which...

Jenny Brookes

Jenny Brookes

Throughout my artistic practice I have used photography to get a greater understanding of peoples insecurities about their bodies. In my photographs I have been focussing on singular body parts that people have told me they are most self conscious of. To get a deeper...

Francesca Clare Wilcox

Francesca Clare Wilcox

The Sublime is formless; it has no shape and cannot be depicted because it is an emotion. In order to experience the Sublime we must remove all distractions from our surroundings and submerge ourselves into the space in which we can be elevated to this emotion....

Jessica Pass

Jessica Pass

My series of work is an exploration of a mindful phenomena. I aim to successfully understand a mindful practise that combines art and meditation. Something beneficial to my well-being, physically and mentally. My work relies on techniques that are methodical,...

Alice Bell

Alice Bell

With elements of my childhood woven throughout, my work tells a loosely autobiographical story of nostalgia and melancholy, translated through the rhythms of the natural world. These rhythms offer a reflection of the contrast between loss and abundance – we are...

Eleanor Marley

Eleanor Marley

The immediate focus of my work is the interplay between abstract and representational form. I am interested in envisioning urban, post industrial buildings as surfaces in a state of decay. This began with my interest in British landscape painting and the genre’s...

Shauna Chapman

Shauna Chapman

My work explores the practice of painting in the digital age, challenging how abstract painting can be pursed when this narrative - as a consequence of technology - can be faked or non-assignable. Compositions are informed by digitally manipulated imagery and methods...

Janet Blackman

Janet Blackman

My art practice is centred on who I am. Constantly referencing my conscious and subconscious understanding of the world as the mother, wife and dancer, I strive to create work that is "true to myself" and inherently bestowing qualities such as movement, balance,...

Charlotte Reddie

Charlotte Reddie

My landscapes are always imaginary: the current themes that are suggested throughout my paintings consider the dark, mystical and perhaps fearful. These paintings are inspired by Bruegel, Botticelli and Giorgiones landscapes that feature in their paintings; sometimes...

Holly Jermy

Holly Jermy

My work is an exploration of my personal experiences of motherhood and the implications that being a mother has had on my relationship with the world, my son, and myself. Through extensive research into maternal artwork, psycho-analytical and theoretical texts on...

Luke Alan Mills

Luke Alan Mills

I primarily work with a mobile phone and a digital camera, the qualities of which I use to record the intimacy of the everyday experience, in particular my sleep paralysis. Sleep paralysis is a condition that takes form during moments of falling in and out of deep...

Sophia Joy Warner

Sophia Joy Warner

Within today’s society, we have become so conditioned and blind sighted by the truth. I explore the devastating effects our simple food choices has upon the environment and our health. My work will make people more curious and question the food industries and...

Antonella Francesca Chiappa

Antonella Francesca Chiappa

My current interest is in religious art, particularly that which depicts women. As a Welsh woman with an Italian heritage I have observed the prominent role Catholicism plays in both cultures and the way women are treated historically and presently by the Church. My...

Caitlin Flood-Molyneux

Caitlin Flood-Molyneux

My current work is exploring re-contextualisation through collage and transferring it through the medium of oil painting. I start my process by making small collages using my own and found imagery. The main focus of these collages revolve around combining different...

Bethan Cook

Bethan Cook

My anthropomorphic forms address our metacognitive ability when learning and are displaying playful ways which mundane objects could be used if we change the way we think about our thinking. An individual’s past experimentation with an object can limit the...

Aleigha Jane

Aleigha Jane

Within my practice I want to portray a story of domestic violence and the consequences through statistics and thought provoking imagery. I highlight the symptoms and aftermath of being a victim of domestic violence, leading to trauma disorders, interpreting the side...

Abbey Preece

Abbey Preece

My current practice aims to demonstrate the paradoxical relationship between the crossing over of boundaries of both the physical world and the cybernetic world. Through doing this the work addresses the physical and psychological effects social media and digital...

Tom Bergin

Tom Bergin

My submission for this exhibition is a selection of paintings in the abstract mode, this is the sort of work that interests me the most. It is my preference to paint with non-representive figures and shapes with a vibrancy of colour all around the canvas. If you look...

Jason Cook

Jason Cook

I make art because of the way it makes me feel. My process allows me to self imbue my art by pouring my sentiment directly into them. If a piece doesn’t feel right it isn’t started. My art is like a souvenir to help reflect upon stages in my life. The artwork is...