Painting blossom during lock down.
An immersive music, water and light art event, set in the Mathematical Institute of the University of Oxford. Featuring the concert harpsichordist Medea Bindewald.
An exhibition of my photogramic artwork in the Mathematical Institute of the University of Oxford. 18th November – 6th December … More
Using water, light from a slide projector and a live-feed camera and projector to capture the patterns made in a … More
Oil paintings made from light in the real world, January to March 2019
A short documentary film about the twilight music & light art event River Song
Curated by Katharine Beaugié
Art in the Park | Kearsney interpreted
Nico Kos Earle has curated a beautiful exhibition SURFACE at JGM Gallery, London, including eight excellent early to mid career artists.
Nico Kos Earle is an Independent Curator, Creative Director and a Freelance Writer. She is curating the forthcoming exhibition SURFACE … More
The eureka moment: when all the things I love come together and I can make work manifesting them. water + … More
17 years later, I finally make the piece “hanami” from a piece of pink neon made in 2001 in Glasgow
Sketches of ideas for artworks in my notebook, 24th March 2018 Late at night on the 2nd April … More
Review by Andrew Stucken
A light installation; part of the Cheriton Light Festival, Folkestone, Kent. Seven gold leafed and gessoed (reclaimed) wood cubes were … More
For the Cheriton Light Festival, I am turning reclaimed wood into cubes and guilding them. I will be putting them … More
the flash image showing the moment of creation of “Turbulence” 2017 Turbulence 2017 photogram contact print on silver gelatin photographic … More
photogram collage of the the shadow of the edge of water (meniscus). The drag of water can just be seen … More
A collaborative performance between myself and Dave Robinson. An empty slide projector shined down onto the square pool of water … More