Episode 6: On Commitment

January 14, 2019

In this episode I talk about committing to my practice, the voice in my head, taking some work down to Devon and why success as an artist is not really about the money.





Episode 5: Welsh gates are latched with Mensa puzzles

October 16, 2018

In which I attempt to make art walking across Wales and am beaten by the astounding lack of pubs. And gates.
Especially the gates.


Episode 4: Walking with Sarah Goudie

September 1, 2018

Walking to Kinver Edge along the Stourbridge canal with creative practitioner (artist) Sarah Goudie. We talk about drawing, the dodgy gender question, is 'artist' a proper job, the value of destroying work and the unexpected wisdom of cats.

Sarah's work can be seen at https://sarahgoudie.com/ you can follow her on Twitter @sarahmgoudie 



Episode 3: Walking with Rachel Henaghan

August 7, 2018

In this episode I go for a short walk with artist and paramedic Rachel Henaghan and we talk about islands, borders, edges and lines and the comfort of a 'You'll Be Alright' blanket.


Episode 2: On Drawing

May 28, 2018

In this episode I think about drawing and examine ideas around drawing as exploration and discovery, with reference to the work of William Anastasi and Tania Kovats and how they have informed my own practice.



Episode 1: Hogchester Farm

May 15, 2018

Artist Susan Kruse is spending a week as artist-in-residence at Hogchester Farm, Dorset, England. Hogchester Farm is a small-holding and nature reserve with a wealth of old trees, wildflower meadows, streams and abundant birdlife.

Susan makes work that uses drawing devices to capture movement in nature. In this episode she talks about her efforts to capture the movement of wind and water and how it feels to make art with trees.