Alice's love of all things natural is reflected in her original degree in Physical Geography, which she later supplimented with a degree in textiles. In her final year projects she looked at organic objects and sustainable architecture as well as a second project on beachcombing.
Wrapping the rusty metal of the sea defences with fabric and letting the tide do the hard work.
collecting things from where she lives for her "presents from the pavement" project for the Art Trail
As an extension from her Residency Alice made a further body of work "Tide Marks" which was not bound to one particular place but linked by objects from different beaches.
Incorporating items into pieces of weaving and then letting them rust.
A selection of the "Tide Marks" books showing different printing techniques on paper
A fascinating lecture and we will be eagerly watching to see where Alice's work goes next.