HEO+3

HEO Artist’s statements 11-13
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Written by Claire Dorey In the next few posts we will look at the individual self portraits and statements from the artists taking part in HEO and the individual ways that the artists interpreted the brief. Artists work is displayed...
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HEO Artist’s statements 9 and 10
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Written by Claire Dorey In the next few posts we will look at the individual self portraits and statements from the artists taking part in HEO and the individual ways that the artists interpreted the brief. Artists work is displayed...
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HEO Artist’s Statements 7 and 8
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Written by Claire Dorey In the next few posts we will look at the individual self portraits and statements from the artists taking part in HEO and the individual ways that the artists interpreted the brief. Artists work is displayed...
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HEO Artist’s Statements 4-6
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Written by Claire Dorey In the next few posts we will look at the individual self portraits and statements from the artists taking part in HEO and the individual ways that the artists interpreted the brief. Artists work is displayed...
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HEO – Self portraits and Artist’s statements 1-3
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Written by Claire Dorey In the next few posts we will look at the individual self portraits and statements from the artists taking part in HEO and the individual ways that the artists interpreted the brief. Artists work is displayed...
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HEO + 3 – Heo – the private view and history of the event
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We are really pleased that the Weekender has given us some fantastic coverage on HEO.
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heo exhibition and project
HEO+3
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HEO is the Anglo Saxon word for “SHE”. Evoking images of historical heriones it is also the title for our self portait exhibition. Twenty female artists from South London Women Artists are taking part in this Exhibition which opens in...
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HEO+3 Silence and Poetry
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Written by Claire Dorey Images from left: The Rye Poets: Helen Adie, Pia Goddard and Joan Byrne. Kate Redfern. Aerial view of poetry reading. Karen Piddington showed a short film at the home cinema area of the Portico Gallery  
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