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The catalogue of an exhibition that was the result of an invitation from the Grosvenor Museum, Chester, to John Renshaw to make a personal selection from the Museum's permanent collection of drawings and to offer his own interpretation of the range of images that he chose. The exhibition was timed to coincide with Drawing Power, a national campaign to promote the skills of drawing, which took place during October 2005. However, it is the author's belief that the significance of an image and its potential meanings reside in the mind of the person looking at it, and are not fixed. Visitors to the exhibition were therefore offered the opportunity, not only to look at the images and reflect upon them, but also to record their own impressions, and so the catalogue contains, in addition to images of the thirty chosen drawings and the author's own interpretations, dedicated spaces to accommodate personal notes and drawings.Biografía del autor:
John Renshaw is currently Head of the Department of Fine Art and Programme Leader for BA Fine Art programmes at the University of Chester. He has been a Visiting Tutor at Manchester Metropolitan University s Department of Textiles & Fashion (Drawing) and at the Royal Academy Schools, London (Painting). John has also taught in secondary schools and colleges of further education and, during 1986-87, was awarded a Teacher Fellowship in Art Education, jointly organised by the Department of Education and Science, Chester College (as it then was) and Cheshire Education Services. In April 2003, he was an invited visiting artist at Plattsburgh State University of New York. His research interests are situated at an interface between pedagogy and aspects of fine art practice, particularly drawing. He is the author of numerous seminar and conference papers, including The Original Creative Principle (2002) for the National Society for Education in Art and Design, which was also delivered at the symposium, Enhancing Creative Thinking in Science and Engineering , hosted by the UK Centre for Materials Education and the LTSN Generic Centre in 2002. He is also a practicing artist, whose work has been exhibited in the UK, Hong Kong, Canada and the USA. Recent projects include a solo exhibition of paintings, Anthology, in collaboration with Ligne Roset and Comme Ca Art, Manchester.
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Descripción Chester Academic Press, 2005. Condición: New. book. Nº de ref. del artículo: M1902275764