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Experimentation is the key to my artistic creativity

I find it really interesting that many successful creative people have the same personality trait in common: they are open to new experiences. Having an open mind, a willingness to try new things or at least entertain the prospect of […]

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Artist Research: Regine Ramseier

I often use Pinterest as a source for inspiration, whether it’s images of natural forms to inspire new hybrids for my Alien Botany series, or artists work that I like or ideas I think are worth examining. I came across […]

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Inspiration – filmic approaches

Inspiration from a trip to London last week. Rachel Lowe – the impossibility of drawing the landscape as it speeds by (1) Link to a shot of the film footage. Yuri Pattison – dislocation that results from a moving image travelling […]

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Inspiration – drawing lines

Inspiration from last week’s London trip. Barbara Hepworth, from Tate Britain show on until 25th October – the architectural lines within this drawing. (1) Barbara Hepworth, from Tate Britain show – how the physical lines within sculptures like these alter […]

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A Proper Job

  AUDIOBLOG – Please click here It was definitely the right thing to do to give up the permanent, albeit part time proper job. But this week I have been reminded why I loved it for ten years. I’ve been […]

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Play on…

One thing I used to do on a fairly regular basis on this blog was tell you what I was listening to. I notice I have been so busy showing off what I’ve been recording and writing that I haven’t […]

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Physiology of Creativity

This blog is in connection with the workshop I will be running by the same title Oct.5,2014

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