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Stephen Hitchin

Senior Lecturer, Fine Art

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Stephen Hitchin

Room: Room 33, Regent Street Campus

Phone:

+44 (0) 1978 293906

Email:

s.hitchin@glyndwr.ac.uk

Before joining the team at Wrexham Glyndwr University, Stephen was the course leader for Fine Art at Wirral Art School from 2000 - 2012.


Outside of University life, Stephen is an avid supporter of Everton Football Club.

MA Fine Art (sculpture)

BA Fine Art

ATD

BA (Hons) Fine Art

MFA Fine Art

Modules:

ARF 413 Introductory Subject Studies

ARF 414 Principles and Processes

ARF 415 Ideas and Concepts

ARF 504 Extended Practice

ARF 507 Practice in Context

ARF 508 Specialist Study

ARF 600 Contextual Studies 3

ARF 604 Negotiated Study 1

ARF 605 Negotiated Study 2

Commissioned work within the last 10 years

2015  ‘Ex Terra Lucem’ commissioned by Taylor Wimpey North West.

2014-15 ‘Come To the Edge’ Portsmouth Grammar School.

2013   ‘If ever lost’Commissioned by Ellesmere College, Shropshire.

2013    ‘Challenge’ Wirral Metropolitan College.

2012    ‘Cascade’, Commissioned by Ellesmere Sculpture Trust.

2010    Community project, Kensington Liverpool. Commissioned by WEA.

2009  ‘Past Present Future’ commissioned by Merseytravel for Bootle Oriel Railway Station.

2009    ‘Time and Place’ commissioned by Merseytravel for Birkenhead Park Station.

2008    ‘Fields of Gold’ University of Liverpool.

2007    ‘Kardia’ Cedar House commissioned    by University of Liverpool.

2006    ‘Symphony’ commissioned by Millfield School, Somerset.

The process of carving stone has many similarities to that of drawing, in that it is a relatively simple process requiring few tools and is, by and large, a solitary process. The correlation between the two processes cannot be overstated and in many ways I see no distinction between the two, the one supporting the other. My research is evident in my output, my studio offers me the ideal environment to develop and progress my practice.

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