Tim Pugh

Environmental and Mixed Media Artist

High Tide Jumble made by Tim Pugh.

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‘Hightide Jumble’ is a mixed media installation made in late July 2012 at Old Colwyn beach in North Wales. The artwork is made up of site specific found natural and man made materials deposited on the tide-line. The only criteria I had was to have no criteria, just to enjoy arranging and putting together random objects in a playful manner on a big boulder, enjoying the juxtaposition of clashing colours, textures and shapes. It was a refreshing change to previous considered rock drawings and other map installations I’ve been making and attracted lots of positive attention from passing families, staring and smiling at the playful nature of the arrangement.

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2 Comments to “High Tide Jumble made by Tim Pugh.”

  1. What a talent to be able to envision something like this.

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High Tide Jumble made by Tim Pugh.

by timpughartist

20120731-202614.jpg
‘Hightide Jumble’ is a mixed media installation made in late July 2012 at Old Colwyn beach in North Wales. The artwork is made up of site specific found natural and man made materials deposited on the tide-line. The only criteria I had was to have no criteria, just to enjoy arranging and putting together random objects in a playful manner on a big boulder, enjoying the juxtaposition of clashing colours, textures and shapes. It was a refreshing change to previous considered rock drawings and other map installations I’ve been making and attracted lots of positive attention from passing families, staring and smiling at the playful nature of the arrangement.

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