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.

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Dreams of iCalverton Performance

Posted by JASON WILSHER-MILLS on Sunday, July 24, 2016,
Here is a link to the video, kindly made by Steve Pool at The Collaborators. Please click here to see the film from the 'Dreams of iCalverton' performance at Papplewick Pumping Station on Friday 22nd July 2016.
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Dreams of iCalverton Unveiling

Posted by JASON WILSHER-MILLS on Saturday, July 9, 2016,
 

On Friday 8th July I was very proud to unveil the 60 foot mural at Colonel Frank Seely School, in Calverton, Nottinghamshire, as part of the Arts Council England funded community Arts project.

I worked along the community of Calverton to create and capture their dreams in several large scale commissions, including: 

  • 60 foot mural (pictured)
  • 36 banners for pop up galleries throughout the town
  • a piece of public art for the schools water tower
  • a digital installation at the beautiful Papplewick Pumpi...

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