Jason Wilsher-Mills

 

About the Artist


My work details my life as a disabled person, through theatrical self-portraits, made on a daily basis, which reflect aspects of my personality, memory & my illness & my disability; using an ipad & oil paint to create original paintings.

Browsing Archive: June, 2011

3 Weeks in!

Posted by JASON WILSHER-MILLS on Wednesday, June 22, 2011,
It's been just over three weeks now and I feel so happy with the overall result of the website. I have also started a Twitter account, under the username @JASONWILSHERMIL, so please feel free to follow me there.

I've been very busy this week applying for a residency at the Art House in Wakefield. This is for a week in late September, which would involve workshops, an exhibition, plus the opportunity to use their studio facilities which are really well 'kitted' out with printing presses etc. It...
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Leon Walker Painting unveiling

Posted by JASON WILSHER-MILLS on Sunday, June 12, 2011,
Please see link for story about a painting I did on Leon Walker, a former Wakefield Trinity RLFC player. I was incredibly honoured to paint this in memory of Leon for both his family and his club.

Link here http://www.superleaguefans.com/wakefield-wildcats/2011/05/31/leon-walker-painting-unveiled.html

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Been online a week today

Posted by JASON WILSHER-MILLS on Sunday, June 12, 2011,
Well I've now been online with my new website for a week now. It's incredibly exciting and I feel very fortunate to be able to share my work with an international audience.

I wanted to share with you why I chose an ipad as my 'tool' to make art with. 

I purchased an ipad 32gb several days after Christmas, after much soul searching and research into what would be the best way to start making art again. I had not really thought much about creating images, since my last exhibition in the 1990’...


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Jason's Blog

Posted by JASON WILSHER-MILLS on Sunday, June 5, 2011,
This is my very first, and very short blog, but just wanted to welcome you to my new website. It's in it's early days, but it showcases my work and hopefully gives you an insight in to how I work.

I will post regular blogs, which will give you some idea as to how I work, the processes involved, whilst also dealing with some of the 'nuts and bolts' of creating digital paintings.

I also look forward to receiving your feedback!

Jason

Bluejayway Digital Arts

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