Welcome to my website!  I decided on a blog based site that allows viewers to stay up to date with my most recent ideas and projects. I aim to keep the website fresh with images and updates.  Feel free to comment on my work, or get in touch via the Contact Me page.

The above image was taken in my studio.  The stencils are produced from everyday visual communications and then used as a tool to explore meaning and value within contemporary consumer culture. I find them interesting in their own right as symbolic objects which represent the notion of something being of value, whilst being disposable and throw away.

11 Responses to “Welcome!”

  1. Mairéad Ruane says:

    Your pictures are very artistic.. I’m sure your going to be famous one day!
    How do I get in contact with you to give you an agent
    Many thanks,
    Mairead Ruane

  2. nwazera says:

    Hi, I worked with a web designer, to capture my art practice for the blog. He photographed my work and bits n bobs from my studio and incorporated this into the final design.

    Thanks for your feedback. I will be updating my blog shortly.

  3. nwazera says:

    Hi Mairead, thanks for your feedback. Maybe you can be my agent in a few years time? :)

  4. nwazera says:

    Thanks for your feedback!

  5. nwazera says:

    Thanks to all who are keeping an eye on my blog! Ive been a busy beaver and have lots more exciting stuff to share with you all :)

  6. Leila says:

    This is very inspirational. The colours and imagery which you have used have been clearly thought out. This is extremely creative and original artwork. I will look forward to seeing more from you.

  7. nwazera says:

    Thanks for spurring me on to take part in the world of blogging.

  8. Great post and website! I have bookmarked it and will check back ofter. I also linked you to my site.

  9. nwazera says:

    Thanks for your interest – this is your first comment submitted to the blog

  10. nwazera says:

    I’m glad you dont necessarily agree with what I write, dialogue is always a two thing to me and we can only learn more when we are open to a different perspective or point of view. Slightly cliche but, you know the saying – one man’s rubbish is another’s treasure :)

  11. nwazera says:

    Interesting thought – I dont feel comfortable changing any posts or diguising the author. If all of the comments were anonymous, the site would lose it’s sense of being real, in my opinion. This does result in lots of links to other sites but the internet and in particular blogging means that one loses a degree of control. Working in ‘live’ time on the internet through blogging is new to me and the concept is quite fascinating. Although everything seems to be speeding up, a sense of fluctuation and skimming surrounds us, perhaps within contemporary culture – it is still up to us what we decide to click and selct to view online.

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