Andrew Field discusses the techniques, approach and knowledge of the tea trade to coincide with his commissioned painting made with tea, water and Indian ink. Filmed at The Majlis Gallery in Dubai the painting was launched at the World Tea Conference at The Palm Jumeirah in April 2014. The painting measuring 7 metres x 1.3 metres is now on permanent display for the public to view at DMCC Headquarters in Dubai.
The Story of My Work
Andrew Field visits Fahid and Yas Island to talk about his work as an artist, his environmental concerns and his practice when working plein air. Field returns to his studio to explain key works and to give an insight into his influences and inspirations as an artist as well as the process and techniques he adopts within his work.
This documentary was shown on July 6th 2014 at Abu Dhabi Art Hub.
Tate St Ives
A short film looking at the influence Porthmeor studios has had on the town of St Ives, with reference to the artists that have worked there and are exhibited at the Tate.
Sara Hughes, the Curator of Tate St Ives, guides us through the historical relationship the gallery has had with the studios. She discusses the residency they run there at studio number 5 (formerly home to Patrick Heron and Ben Nicholson amongst others).
Luke Frost, grandson of modernist Sir Terry Frost also contributes with his finding of the studio space as the current resident artist.
Work from Patrick Heron, Ben Nicholson, Sir Terry Frost, Naum Gabo, Wilhelmina Barns-Graham and Peter Lanyon are shown in this piece.
An overview of Saadiyat Island's transformation
The scale and vision of development on Saadiyat Island is quite remarkable, drawing on the talents of renowned architects from Europe and North America.