Photo: Karen Howse in Launceston, South West

Karen Howse

Artist, Maker

ARTIST EXPLORER I use drawing as a tool for discovery. Walking helps me slow down my thinking and become open to my experience. Seeing is a key part of this process and draws me into the moment. The work is about noticing, empathizing, and exploring. Mostly working outside on a small patch of land or a path or route, I will trace that place, through regular walking and drawing. Small books, prints and sketches are the evidence of my experience in that place. They mark a small particle of time. read full statement

Location Launceston, South West
Activities Residencies, Workshops, Arts in health, Participatory projects, Exhibitions programme
Artforms / type of project Book Works, Drawing, Environment, Participatory, Printmaking
Tags drawing, environment, book works, printmaking, workshops, mixed media, process

News & Events

  • 365 days in moments : a year trying to notice A shared exploration of trying to bring attention to the everyday in 2014 posting an image a day. (artist Karen Howse and psychologist Duncan Moss)

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