Posts By: Peter Griffiths

Presenting reseach

First things first

Try and focus on something, it can be changed it later.

Record what I am doing without turning it into a long piece of text.


Lascaux 977

I’m starting with a blank dark grey Lascaux 977 on Bockingford paper, I haven’t done anything you can see yet. I will be looking into the use of Subject in my practice.


Web, Media and Scope

Today I have been working on the outline for keeping the digital diary and making a link table for linking from Instagram.

I need to think about the Scope and set down what I will be doing.

The proposal

To explore the role of Subject in my painting and printmaking. A question that I have been thinking about in relation to my work for a while. To spend a period of time researching and investigating this. Some of which will be spent on theoretical research and some of it will be through practical exercises. The aim is to see if subject is a necessity in my work, in some form or if it could or should be removed.



I have sorted access to the Sheffield Hallam University Library Catalogue. While it is possible to access it with an associate membership which you can apply for I am still able to use my old login code from when I worked as an Associate.

I have been looking at books available to down load as ebooks to start with. Unfortunately items in the 709.2 range are not online so I might need to look at borrowing some real books.


Arts Council England Developing Your Creative Practice project grant

I am delighted to announce that I have been awarded a Developing Your Creative Practice grant from Arts Council England. I will be using it to research into the role of subject in my work.

You can follow the progress in my project blog

Small Print International 6

I am pleased to announce that I have had a print ‘Four layer’ accepted for Leicester Print Workshop’s ‘Small Print International 6’. The exhibition runs from Friday 28 November to 13 February 2021

All prints in the exhibition are for sale.

‘Four Layer’, Screen print on Bockingford paper, 11×14 cm, Edition 12.

The exhibition is only accessible on line and is part of the Leicester Print Festival. Use to access the festival.

Who we are who we aren’t

For the past two years I have been working with Bollo Brook Youth Centre on a number of creative projects including ‘Who we are Who we aren’t’, about the young people’s experiences and thoughts on race and racism.

We have now created an online representation of the work