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'Murmuration', July 2016, Performance for Film
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AirBridge: Staring down the Beast

This blog entry reflects on the relationships between walking, thinking and looking in the early stages of my artist residency at Tower Bridge and the resulting impact upon my drawing practice.

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Culture

Culture   My father used to say to me, “lucky your pretty with your Dyslexia, at least you can be a glamour model, no need for brains in that game”. It seemed evident very early on that I would be […]

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Paul Liptrot’s blog

This blog has been set up to document my creative journey and to give some background about my practice

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Drawing Demons

While continuing to work on the 8 figure sculpture for Flux Exhibition in July, I have also been avidly making drawings to compliment the sculptural pieces and to flesh out new ideas for the project. The image of the figure […]

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#2: Travels of Sketches – Lust for Life and Van Gogh

Lust for Life  Release date: 17th September, 1956 Distributed by: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Over my summer break, I have took an interest in watching this film, based on the 1934 novel of the same name by Irving Stone (1903-1989), and it focuses on […]

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Study 2

This is another study of an eye focusing more on expression and detail compared to my other one. In total this took me 4 hours to draw and I’m pleased with the outcome of it. I did copy the image […]

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Study 1

This was one of the first eye sketch studies I did using pencil into sketchbook. I got the idea and copied the idea from the internet because I felt the internet was convenient at the time. I am rather pleased […]

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Exhibition

So the exhibition Simulacrum comes to an end. Last day is Saturday, tomorrow. So a few more photographs of the installation. The residency continues, but next week will be take down the exhibition instead. So a bit of a delay […]

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continuing play

Play has become so important to me and my work but I must decide whether I show traces of my play or the play itself. I keep thinking about Richard Long and his a line made by walking, you never saw Long take his […]

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