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Pulling close, pulling apart

When my Soldier’s child came back from an exhibition a while ago, it occurred to me that my father had been a soldier’s child too. His father had fought in WWI and returned with a disease of the heart (not metaphorically speaking). […]

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Every day I remember not to forget

Two weeks ago I went on a long planned art-outing with A., to see Matisse‘s cut-outs at Tate Modern. The two Tates are good places for me to visit as I can whizz about on one of their electro-scooters (why don’t other […]

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An artist’s relational crafting

Today I’m fully in the present. The responses to my last post have stretched my safety-net to far corners and I want to share with you how moved I am by the generosity, compassion and creative spirit I have encountered. […]

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Museum of Bath at Work

I’ve applied for the New Opportunities Award (NOA) from New Expressions – an initiative to develop contemporary art in museum settings. This kind of strategic use of contemporary art presents interesting boundaries for artists to potentially push against. I’ve negotiated […]

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Sleep-drunk I dance

My art grows around me. My flat is filled with objects I have made over the last few years. There is always something going on, something new developing. But this creativity in the living-room, due to M.E. my only possibility, […]

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Jenny Hogarth

“Two hundred years ago a tragedy was enacted in Scotland, the memory whereof has been in great measure lost or obscured by the deep tragedies which followed it.”

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