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Falmouth Collective// 13032016

A weekly blog post celebrating the talent of Falmouth University students both past and present//




Charlotte Keates//Graduate 

Charlottes work is something unique in how she combines structure and texture together. She has a very strong eye for colour and composition//

https://www.facebook.com/Charlottekeatesart/?fref=ts 
@Charlottekeates on Instagram 
http://charlottekeates.co 


Oliver Averill// Illustration @ Falmouth University 
Came across Oliver's work on Instagram the other day. I was struck at how he uses media in such a convincing way to create his emotive narrative pieces. He has a real eye for colour and story telling. 


Sophie Eliza Chadwick// Illustration Graduate - Recent work on the Wild Pony Shop in Falmouth Town. 

Sophie has been working on the new Wild Pony shop front in Falmouth Town, combining her visual language with colour has been a really great thing to see! Rice party 4 eva! 

https://www.facebook.com/sophielizaillustration/?fref=ts 

Harry Lawlor// Editorial and Press @ Falmouth University 
@Harrylawlor on Instagram
ylawlor.tumblr.com

There is something very calming about the way Harry captures things. He is able to frame his subject in an intriguing way without losing a sense of what he trying to convey to the viewer. This is one of my favourite shots of his. The lighting in particular and colour is beautiful. 


Sophie Shaw// Graduate
https://www.facebook.com/SarahShawPainting/?fref=ts 

Sarah's work is truly stunning. I've not seen work in a long time that has actually moved me so much. I think it is her use of colour and sense of motion she creates with media. She's a real gooden!



Amy Isles Freeman// Graduate
http://amyislesfreeman.tumblr.com
@amyislesfreeman on Instagram

Amy's beautiful wooden pots are so so unique. I love following her work because she is someone who works really hard at honing a traditional craft. Her combination of pattern and colour is what makes her pieces really striking!//


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