May 2019

Material: Paper, ink – black and gold, pencil

Treatment: Arrayed
Each drawing was produced to show a visual breakdown of the visual components that make up the 6 gold and 1 lead object in this hoard. The outline and detail drawings are made using black Indian ink. The material gold drawings are made using gold ink, each with 6 layers of ink; to denote their fellow hoard gold objects. The material lead drawing is made with graphite pencil. Graphite being the material referred to as lead; its much safer and less poisonous mark making counterpart.

These drawings are based on the photographs taken by Leeds Council – © Leeds Museums and Galleries – https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/ https://www.mylearning.org/stories/the-west-yorkshire-hoard-medieval-treasure/resources

Exhibited: Deconstructing the West Yorkshire Hoard | Studio G.09, School of Fine Art, Art History, Cultural Studies, Leeds University – July 2019

Solo exhibition – To earmark | Project Space, School of Fine Art, Art History, Cultural Studies, Leeds University – July 2019