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Frankie Locke ~ We see the movement, we sense the rhytthm, we feel the dance

 

Popples ~ Details

 

Current Exhibition:

 

 

 

Selected Exhibitions:

2016

Tondos - ArTeas Café Gallery,

Cardiff.

2014

The Pier, Penarth.

2014

King Street Gallery, Carmarthen.

2014

Fireworks Now (tour)

Y Galleri, Caerphilly.

Aberystwyth Arts Centre.

2013

'Two Artists',
The Gate, Cardiff.

2013

Craft in the Bay
Fireworks Studios, Cardiff.

2012

National Eisteddfod.
Wales.

2012

'Clay, Canvas, Paper',
Oriel Canfas, Cardiff.

2012

'(It's) what's on the outside
that matters (!)'
Newport Museum and Art Gallery.

2011

'The Rhythm of life'
Craft Renaisance Gallery, Usk.

2009

MA 25 years, Howard Gardens Gallery, UWIC, Cardiff.

2008

Welsh National Opera Exhibition,
Cardiff Millennium Centre.

2007

Ceramics and Paintings,
Oriel Canfas, Cardiff.

2006

National Eisteddfod,
Wales.

 

Publications:

2013

'Sculpting and Handbuilding'

by Claire loder,
Bloomsbury Publishing

2012

'Selected Nuances'

by Sara Moorhouse,
Ceramic Review issue no. 258

2011

'Can Beauty Come From Pain?'

Ceramic Review issue no. 249

2001

'Tiger Bay and the Docks'

by Dan O` Neill,
Breedon Books Publishing

 

Education:

2004 - 2006

M.A. Ceramics (Distinction)
UWIC, Cardiff.

2002 - 2004

P.G.C.E.
Newport University.

1979 - 1982

B.A. (Hons.) Fine Art Painting, Birmingham Art College.

 

Member of Fireworks Clay Studios

 

Selected Artists:

Adrian Metcalfe ~ visit website

Adrian Metcalfe
Artist, Barry, South Wales.

Visit website

 

 

Frankie Locke paintinginsight

 

For me the creative experience is about physical vitality, revealing sensations where gestures are traced in marks and trails of paint, exploring tempo, stresses, fervent power and gentle meanderings.

 

The sculpted forms communicate experiences of ebbing tides and constantly reforming shorelines of tumbling pebbles and blown tidal spray. Associations with liquid movements sometimes lead to areas separating into voids where the form begins to fragment as it moves further from its source.

 

My work explores movement and fluidity of surface and form and our relationship to that kinaesthetic experience of essence, being, existing, for the kinaesphere is around us all.

 

Frankie Locke ~ exploring movement Frankie Locke ~ exploring movement b Frankie Locke ~ exploring movement c Frankie Locke ~ exploring movement d

 

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Articles:

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Portfolios:

Download Ceramic Review Feature  Ceramics

     

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Roald Dahl Day - The Giant PeachThe Giant Peach - celebrating Roald Dahl Day

60 hours to paint - and six hours to inflate

17 September 2016 Last updated at 13:33 BST

View on BBC Wales here >

 

Frankie Locke ~ The Giant Peach, painting in workshop Frankie Locke ~ The Giant Peach, inside Frankie Locke ~ The Giant Peach on Cardiff High Street Frankie Locke ~ The Giant Peach, outside Cardiff Castle

 

 

Frankie Locke - creating on canvas