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Mercurius

Dean and I met in Bruton for a two day alchemical workshop with Jungian analyst Catherine Bygott. ⁣ ⁣Our sessions with Catherine seem to have been building to this point and it was a highly charged, emotional and influential time. As […]

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Following Threads

This is the first contribution to this blog by Dean Melbourne. As the project is collaborative it seemed to make sense that one blog would better reflect the tone of experiences as opposed to the repetition of two very similar […]

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Entering the Vessel

We had our second meeting with Jungian analyst Catherine Bygott in Somerset on Friday. As well as discussions she led us in a physical exercise to connect us to our unconscious self. It was a challenging activity but really interesting […]

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First meeting with Jungian expert

Dean Melbourne and I travelled to Bruton in Somerset for our first exploratory meeting with Jungian psychoanalyst Catherine Bygott. Catherine has lectured and led numerous seminars and workshops in the UK and Ireland over the past twenty-five years on Jung’s […]

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2013, Dual Compositions

Work developed as a result of my growing interest in an underlying connectedness, holding an affinity with Huxley’s view of ancient Chinese landscapes as metaphors for the ‘Antipodes of the mind.’  Research and influences included: Expressionism, colour theory, Jung, Richard Wilhelm, […]

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2012, Paintings

Landscapes drawing from images taken in Thailand.  I looked towards the early modernists for ways to express a sense of interconnection, always listening to music while painting to help generate a feeling of rhythm and movement in the works.  The […]

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Dreamscapes

2013-2014, quite a stressful year (both personally and professionally) where I discovered a certain catharsis to drawing. These drawings began as improvised reinterpretations of my dual compositions with visual influences coming from the Yin Yang symbol, Jungian archetypes, Surrealism and […]

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