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Curious Encounters in the Garden

Curious encounters in the garden Dragonfly  Felt tip pens and brush. Carole Day I often sit in the garden just listening to the birds and watching the butterflies, bees and various insects flying around. One late afternoon, in the long shadows, […]

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Birthmark

Birthmark   Rose and Heart by Carole Day. Felt tip pens and brushes. When I was born I had a bright red birthmark on my upper left arm. I don’t really remember it much, but my mother said that other […]

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Strange Objects

Trainers. Pencil. Carole Day   Geranium on the Windscreen. Felt tip and brush. Carole Day   Strange Objects Every so often in my life I have come across strange objects in unexpected places that cannot easily be explained. I find these encounters […]

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Mending the Coverlet

Mending the Coverlet. Coverlet Detail. by Phyllis Griffiths (my grandmother) and Carole Day. Textile and felt. Mending the Coverlet Some things cannot be mended. Some can. When my sister’s husband, Nick, died following a motorcycle accident, a kind of chaotic […]

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Shivery Dog

Shivery Dog Shivery Dog in the Garden by Carole Day. Sepia ink pen. When my brother Michael died, and we moved to Esher Road, I guess I must have been lonely. Although I don’t remember being with Michael, my mother […]

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Meditation

Mind Burst by Carole Day. Felt tip pens and brushes. Meditation  When I was working in Acton on the Mobile Libraries, one of my colleagues, Judith, introduced me to meditation. Judith didn’t practice meditation herself, she attended the sister School […]

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Orange Juice and Cod Liver Oil

Orange Juice and Cod Liver Oil. Felt tip pens. Orange Juice and Cod Liver Oil Being a child in the 1950s would probably seem very strange to those living today in the 21st century. However, there were some rather homely […]

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75 Cambridge Road

Chestnut Leaves by Carole Day. Ink and brush on paper. 75 Cambridge Road no longer exists, except in my memory. My Grandpa sold it in the 1960s; the lady next door also sold her house and now there is a […]

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A Path through Time: Preface

Snowflake by Carole Day. Ink and brush on paper. A Path through Time Preface I began writing these episodes when Edwin, my husband, was seriously ill in hospital with little prospect of improvement. He was in danger for a long time, […]

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A Path through Time

An illustrated series of anecdotes chronicling episodes in my life.

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The Weather Report

An Arts Council England supported project seeking to engage a broad national and international audience in discussions around heritage, migration and interconnectedness

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2. New Forest

I continued to research the New Forest, traversing the land, accessing archives and meeting with relevant arts professionals and local organisations to try to identify potential opportunities. The bursary not only provided me with some resources but also a vital […]

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4. Artist Conversations and Field Trips

In the summer of 2018 (again thanks to the support of the bursary) I was able to invite artists on fieldtrips to the New Forest to visit areas of interest and discuss possibilities, narratives and opportunities that it prompted. Artists […]

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5. What next for MTP

We are in conversation with the Forestry Commission and various other local communities and partners to inform our activities in 2019. We are planning and fundraising to present a series of artist-led events and performances throughout the year. Mary Cork […]

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meeting and moving

spring is in the air, the clocks have gone forward and there’s been some movement within the non linear project.  i’ve done some more filming and been able to present the work so far to the arts and heritage group […]

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owning it

i really must clean the front room windows, the puppy has been doing her nose art thing again and the view of the outside is muted because of it. i’m looking for the words to begin my post about my […]

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Welcome to the Fairways

  Welcome to the Fairways. The Kentish Riviera.. How much can architects do to create sustainable and friendly communities? Do they have to portray an advert style world where the sun always shines? Is it about showing financial success with high […]

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Day 4 in the Big Plastic House

Engaging in a detailed way with industrial manufacturing means immersing oneself in a world of language, techniques and processes that are at times utterly surprising. The products produced in the factory today have ranged from a very high end car […]

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Intergenerational Justice & Revolution

I’m 48 hours into a residency that’s as focused upon manufacturing timelines and heritage-based narratives as the Fourth Industrial Revolution and competitive strategies. Funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, and supported by arts commissioners Super Slow Way, the Art in […]

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