Who's the Rubbish Artist in
Life Science Centre appeals for more Who art
Self confessed 'Rubbish Artist' Julie Easley, from Saltburn in
Rubbish, as in recycled newspaper, and 'a labour of love' (her description) which has taken her over 55 hours to complete and uses over 22 newspapers (local) and a litre and a half of glue.
Artist Julie says "Making art from rubbish is my passion and, specifically, re-using locally sourced materials using traditional handcrafted techniques. I create ‘one-offs’ which are quirky, unique and injected with a sense of fun, transforming untraditional materials into works of art. I love the feeling of creating beautiful pieces from rubbish and especially the delighted reactions I get."
The team at the Centre for Life were suitably impressed and have offered 'gallery' space within the reception area of the Bio Science Centre directly opposite the Life Science Centre (bypassing the Lady Boys of
"We like the idea that visitors to our Doctor Who exhibition will be able to also visit the exhibition as they leave
Interested artists are asked to submit pictures of their Who related artwork by jpeg and email to email@example.com with the header entitled 'doctor who art for consideration' with a brief description and explanation. Artwork must be available to loan to Life until the end of October to coincide with the end of the exhibition.
"To fill the space with recent works that have been created locally since the exhibition opened in May would be a marvelous tribute to one of the best exhibitions we've hosted to date and in our 10th birthday year" they say.