I am a Scottish artist and designer based in Glasgow. My key area of interest is in collaborative projects that explore place, narrative and participation. My work encompasses painting and drawing, installation, print and delivery in the community. Learn more about my approach and interests in this blog section of my website. For a more frequently updated insight into my practice please follow me on twitter @josievallely
I’v been having a great time working for Edinburgh’s insight magazine and getting to grips with some of their more academic articles. The challenge of tackling a complex subject and distilling it visually is fun, but difficult!
Drawing the Obamas wasn’t so bad, but I never want to look at David Cameron’s face so closely ever again!
This illustrations accompanies an article about the Transition into Obama's second term, focusing specifically on the economic agenda he laid out in his inaugural address.
By critiquing whether the statements in Obama's second inaugural address hold to current policy initiatives and examining facts about the economy, energy, and development- specifically the green job sector, it explored whether Obama's new green job agenda can be realistically executed within the current political and economic climate.
If you havnt seen it, then it's worth watching his inauguration speech.
The best of British to you!
“The best of British to you!” Shedding light on the Polish story and comparing the transition in UK attitudes to immigration from Romanian and Bulgarians citizens "
I cannot express how happy I am that this is not to scale.
I work on lots of different kinds of projects and sometimes it can be hard to keep track of what I up to!