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Bluehouse is currently studying a 2-year Research Photography masters degree at the University College of Creative Arts (at Rochester). It is proposed that the culmination of this research study is to create an interactive conservation-related art installation at Woburn Safari Park, Bedfordshire.
Alongside the current imagery and wolf myths from the Scottish Isles, this exhibit will combine new experimental hand-printed, large scale, black and white photography, with imagery and wolf tales from studies of North American wolves at Woburn, Eastern European and Canadian wolves, and further studies of wolves and the landscape they inhabit in The Rocky Mountains, Poland and Northern Spain.

 

 

The first six months of the degree has been taken up reading and writing for my research paper 'The Big Picture - A study of the large scale photographic print' and a final proposal before the artistic work begins in earnest. Through this page of the website , we will document the onward course of this degree and report on our progress.

Why The Wolf? I pose the question why the wolf should be a symbol to study and support as an artist.

The Rocky Mountain Wolf! Some creative thought behind the subject.

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