I am currently exhibiting at the Ink, Paper + Print Fair, Eastbourne, 21st – 22nd September 11am – 5.30pm, alongside 60 + amazing artists. If you are in the area please visit, there are books, prints and crafts, to suit all tastes.Read more "Ink, Paper + Print"
Proud to be exhibiting alongside these great artists at The Whitaker in Rawtenstall, Rossendale. The following three pieces of work from Brummagem: Lost City Found will be exhibited at The Whitaker, Rawtenstall, Rossendale as part of Print Mechanicals March 23rd – May 5th. We’re delighted to announce our next exhibition will open to the public […]Read more "Print Mechanicals"
Exhibition EXTENDED until Friday 4th November 2017 Parkside Gallery talks to Sara Kulman about making, materials, working with her husband and her current exhibition. Artist Sara Kulman makes up one half of the team behind Brummagem: Lost City Found. Her unconventional route to becoming an artist (is there ever a conventional route?) brings a refreshing […]Read more "Spotlight: Sara Kulman"
Brummagem: Lost City Found, 2017 a joint exhibition by Andrew Kulman and Sara Kulman offered a personal reflection on the city and its changing landscape over 20 years through a series of prints, paper sculptures, artefacts and photography.. The 1960’s landmarks of Birmingham fascinated Andrew Kulman since he arrived at Birmingham City University 20 years ago. Sara Kulman […]Read more "Brummagem: Lost City Found"
Decided at long last to use this purchase rather than just admire and keep them in their box. A dozen of these little clips come stored in a matchbox and are made from recycled card. Display postcards and small images without causing damage. Made by Pyloneer.Read more "Daruma Clip"
This project is an extension of a newspaper shoe made for a friend. A visit to NY inspired me to find the ‘best’ paper suppliers. At Kate’s Paperie I chose Lama Li Handmade Jazz Fabric Paper in Granite. This flexible paper made in Nepal has the appearance of leather on one side, fabric on the reverse and evokes […]Read more "Pavo"
This is made from a simple origami technique that is often used to make bracelets. Scaled up it creates a lovely crown. A variety of vintage Child Education posters from the 1960’s and 70’s were used to construct this crown. These posters have a nice flexible quality to them making them perfect for this project. […]Read more "Forest Crown"