Artists

Billy worked with us to create a mural in Barne Barton in the summer of 2016 Billy is Alex Godwin.  He is an English artist with a passion for colour and a focus on keeping happy and positive through his artwork. He has worked professionally as a freelance artist for a number of years with solid experience in illustration, painting, design and community lead, social projects. Billy’s work is created with the intention to communicate happy visual ideas using shapes, colours and symbols....

Aug 13, 2016    NO COMMMENTS

Muf worked with Take A Part, BBROOTS and Stepping Stones to Nature to design and build the Kinterbury Creek bridge. Since 1994 muf architecture/art has established a reputation for pioneering and innovative projects that address the social, spatial and economic infrastructures of the public realm. Muf are specialists in public realm architecture and art. The practice philosophy is driven by an ambition to realize the potential pleasures that exist at the intersection between the lived and the built. The creative...

Jun 24, 2016    NO COMMMENTS

Liz worked with Take A Part on a commission in Stonehouse. Liz West creates vivid environments that mix luminous colour and radiant light. Working across a variety of mediums, West aims to provoke a heightened sensory awareness in the viewer through her works. She is interested in exploring how sensory phenomena can invoke psychological and physical responses that tap into our own deeply entrenched relationships to colour.  West’s investigation into the relationship between colour and light is often realised through...

Jun 21, 2016    NO COMMMENTS

Anna worked with Take A Part on the Sculpting Saltram project, creating a sculpture piece inspired by WW2 tanks. Anna Boland has a BA (Hons) in Fine Art and an MA in Contemporary Visual Art and she has been working as a freelance artist for the past 17 years. Undertaking over 60 community, public, site specific, commission based and self initiated art projects. She has worked with local authorities, arts organisations, schools, colleges, universities, institutions, museums, galleries, alternative education settings,...

Jun 21, 2016    NO COMMMENTS

Thomas worked with Take a Part and the community of Efford on the Heritage Sign project.  Thomas Goddard is an artist and educator working across multiple disciplines including film, performance, photography, installation and performance exploring our relationship between place, community, culture and fiction through methods of investigation and display. Thomas’ work has included customised football wall charts, an odyssey across Wales, an archive to a lake monster, a celebration of the life of an elephant as well as a short horror...

Oct 6, 2015    NO COMMMENTS

Joanna worked with us on the ‘Sculpting Saltram’ project with Efford’s Crazy Glue group. Joanna Brinton lives and works London + Plymouth. Is an associate artist, Plymouth University, 2014-15, MA Book Arts with Distinction, Camberwell College of Art, 2013, BA Fine Art, Central St Martins College of Art and Design, 2001. Joanna works with print, sculpture and people as part of a research-based practice that draws connections between current and historical events and objects. She is concerned with an object’s potential to...

Aug 25, 2015    NO COMMMENTS

Phil is an illustrator and artist.  He worked with Take A Part to deliver the first Poole park mural project in Barne Barton and has also delivered other creative workshops with young people there. Phil is a freelance illustrator and painter. Working mainly for design studios and marketing companies, his work is varied. Expect to see caricature, cartoons, illustration and storyboards amongst other things on his table. You can visit Phil’s website here.

Aug 14, 2015    NO COMMMENTS

Lucy and Shaun collectively known as The Oddstep Deployment Unit, worked with Take A Part to create sounds for our Green Orchestra project. They are primarily live performers using digital recording and signal processing techniques to create AV folk music for the 21st century. Both together and separately they have contributed to a range of Plymouth events since they arrived in 2005, including the Plymouth Contemporary Music festival, Café Concrete, Drive in Deco, Freedom Fields Festival and Plymouth University’s Cognition Institute. Lucy and Shaun are enthusiastic...

May 18, 2015    NO COMMMENTS