Saturday, 16 September 2017

Solo Exhibition at Ruskin Mill Trust

I am exhibiting 'Interiors and Exteriors' an exhibition of drawings at Ruskin Mill Trust.

This exhibition includes drawings made on site of the landscape surrounding Ruskin Mill, as well as on travels to Paris, Greece, Spain, found imagery and film.

An accompanying body of reportage drawings capture the events and learning happening at Ruskin Mill College, created on site.

Monday, 11 September 2017

'Tracing Thoughts'

'Tracing Thoughts' a collaborative exhibition with Kerry Beall at 44AD Gallery, Bath
Revealing the artist's journey from sketchbook through creative process to artwork.

Sunday, 3 September 2017

Tracing Thoughts Exhibition, 44AD Gallery

Revealing the Artists' Journey through Process to Artwork

I have exhibited my creative process in 'Tracing Thoughts' a collaborate exhibition with artist Kerry Beall at 44AD Gallery, Bath. ‘Tracing Thoughtswas a unique exhibition that opened our studio doors to make the artists' individual journey visible. The exhibition revealed our award-winning sketchbooks to final artworks, including paintings, drawings and prints, via original one off experimental pieces. For the first time our creative process was exhibited and exclusively available to buy.

Friday, 17 March 2017

Drawing at Exhibitions








Thursday, 16 February 2017

'Ways of Seeing'- A Solo Exhibition, Museum of East Asian Art




Photographs Amelia Stewart

Ways of Seeing – Drawings by Chloe Regan

For the many visitors coming to the Museum of East Asian Art, objects in the museum’s collection may appear exotic and unfamiliar.  It is nevertheless possible to appreciate the beauty of foreign objects without knowing much about their history or cultural context.
The Museum has worked with illustrator Chloe Regan, who graduated from the Royal College of Art with a MA degree, to explore different ways of seeing an object.  Looking from different angles and observing details, standing from a distance as well as sitting close to the cabinets, Chloe Regan has created a series of drawings showing how she engages with unfamiliar works of art by focusing on their shape, the effect of light and shade as well as surface decoration and texture.