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  Issue 11 winter 2017/18
Released December 2017

Paint, plaster, wood and ink are all powerful resources in the hands of an artist, and the ability to transform their chosen material from its raw state into works of art is something that takes true vision.

The most unusual and unexpected everyday objects and materials can find their way into an artist's studio. Brightly coloured balloons, while usually found adorning the ceilings of a child's party, are transformed into playful sculptures with the twist of Masayoshi Matsumoto's hand, while marble, lime, copper, iron and pigments fuse together in Hayley Reynold's atmospheric modern frescos, heightened into fine art through her creative eye.

Eggshells once took the place of eyeballs in Aspencrow's hauntingly life-like sculptures of celebrities past and present, although he has since developed his techniques with resin, allowing him to create perfect replicas of the globular organs.

When looking at the work within the pages of this issue, take some time to think of each small piece of matter which came together by the hand of the artist, forming the finished piece before us.

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