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Umbrella

Umbrella is an animation project involving Paul Kielty as lead artist, students from Derwen College, and also Oswestry’s wonderful Qube Gallery.

Paul Kielty, in the early part of 2020 worked with students at Derwen College – supporting them in creating animations.

The animation work is exhibited online at Qube Gallery, Oswestry – and longer term on youtube Fair Acre Press channel.

There were other plans in this project which were scuppered by the Coronavirus pandemic – but we are VERY proud of the students at Derwen College who really grasped the whole concept of how to make an animation. They were not creative studies students which make their achievements even more remarkable

 

 

See if YOU can do anything as good on your own mobile device! There is an eBook available to buy for £2.99 here – to help you make animations of your own

 

ABOUT PAUL KIELTY:

Paul has a degree in animation from the University of Wolverhampton. He co-ran digital art workshops at both Derwen College and Designs in Mind in the Painting by Pixels project

He runs Origami workshops, and makes origami, foils paper, creates his own origami designs on a daily basis

He has a book of cartoons out:  Matt Hazard – The Return of the Naive  – “Matt Hazard comes from way out on the left field, and bounces off the walls on his way in, and I laughed out loud frequently!” Hunt Emerson

He also paints using oils, watercolours and digital means.

 

 

 

This project has been supported  by public funding through the Arts Council England