Projects

Reviews

 

A Light Touch….
by Emma G Eliot, to accompany the ‘Lucent Lines’ exhibition at Newport Museum. January 2010

Simon Fenoulhet’s work takes many forms, but there is a common thread that runs thought much of it. It’s the pursuit of this thread that takes his work in so many different directions: He looks for magic in the simple, the ordinary, the practical-by-design.l...

 

Gold medals for artists
BBC from the Maes

An artist who creates artwork from light tubes and laces, has been awarded the Gold Medal for Fine Art at the 2010 Blaenau Gwent & Heads of the Valleys National Eisteddfod of Wales...

 

Gold Medals for Fine Art and Craft and Design awarded
By Laura Chamberlain

Simon Fenoulhet and Natalia Dias have been awarded the Gold Medals for Fine Art and Craft and Design respectively at the 2010 National Eisteddfod of Wales...

 

Simon Fenoulhet “Lucent Lines” Newport Museum and Art Gallery
Retouch

Simon Fenoulhet creates installations made of mass produced objects that are often in themselves mundane and pretty uninteresting – In past works he has used teaspoons, bits of plastic, ping pong balls and old furniture...

 

What you see….
by Emma G Eliot, Art & Journalism from Wales

Newport Museum and Art Gallery has just been transformed into somewhere magical as it hosts Cardiff artist Simon Fenoulhet’s latest offering Lucent Lines, which opened last Saturday (30 January) and runs until 3 April...

 

Eisteddfod medal for artist who ‘delights in re-presenting banal everyday objects and materials’
by Karen Price, Western Mail

AN artist who creates artwork from light tubes and laces has been awarded the coveted Gold Medal for Fine Art at the National Eisteddfod...

 

Newport Museum and Art Gallery play host to Simon Fenoulhet’s latest creation Lucent Lines
WelshIcons.org.uk

Lucent Lines is a site specific light installation created to make the most of the unique temporary exhibitions space at Newport. As well as two other works (hollow promise and line upon line) the exhibition will feature Curtain, a 9 metre wall of shifting light made from 448 electro-luminescent wire and 5000 plastic drinking straws...

 

NORWICH TO HOST ITS FIRST MAJOR CITY-WIDE ART BIENNIAL DURING SUMMER 2007
By Rose Shillito

A multi-venue biennial arts festival, taking place in Norwich from July 14 to August 31 2007, promises to showcase the best of international contemporary art and put Norwich firmly on the cultural map...


Light Installation at Glynn Vivian, Swansea
Blog January 2006 - AndyPryke.com, Tue 17 Jan 2006

Visiting Swansea for a couple of days, I popped in to the Glynn Vivian gallery on the recommendation of a friend and found a wonderful exhibition by local artist Simon Fenoulhet...

 

LUCENT LINES
By Caroline Juler, Galleries Magazine Feb 10

Newport Museum & Art Gallery is relatively small in scale but that doesn’t affect the scope of its shows. For its latest venture, Simon Fenoulhet has designed a site-specific light installation...

 

ABBEY TO GO UP IN LIGHTS
By Celia Wigg, Wymondham and Attleborough Mercury May 2007

COLOURED lights will be used to transform Wymondham Abbey’s ruined east tower into a highly visible landmark at nights as part of this year’s 900th anniversary celebrations...