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Improvisation or ‘What is this place?’

Today I let improvisation control my morning walk. I needed a plant for a friends birthday, a look at an old wooden trawler, which is  about to be broken up, and some exercise mixed with a bit of freedom from […]

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Is it Art?

Yesterday I attended the first of five day classes in Drawing and Movement at The Royal School of Drawing in London. It was a very full-on practical session where I learnt so much about drawing from the tutor, Sara Lee-Roberts. […]

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Transfiguring Landscape

Walking and being immersed in the landscape brings a connection to its integral beauty and its value to our mental and physical health.  Through these walks I absorb the sights and sounds the landscape of Somerset and elsewhere brings to […]

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Chances, decisions and possibilities

Chances, Decisions and Possibilities As I continue on with my treatment for breast cancer, I can’t help but think about how things happen and why. Also how it is approached and presented to you by the medical profession. At the […]

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Abstract with figurative allusions???

Researching artists recommended by my tutor I was interested to read about Castellas.  One critic described his work as  ‘abstract with figurative allusions or the other way around’. The constant debate  to align with a genre or style of painting […]

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Job Awards

RSA William Littlejohn Award

Monetary award to research, develop and produce a new body of work in a water-based medium

Sea Marks by Rhona Taylor
Event Exhibition

Sea Marks

  • Coming soon
  • Venue:
    Patriothall Gallery
  • From:
    May 06, 2017
  • To:
    May 14, 2017
  • Location:
    Scotland
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Portland, Dorset

Had a great time in this beautiful place. Reliving childhood memories with adult eyes and seeking inspiration for the final push on my MA. After painting Kate in the wide open space of the Pompidou Centre I was again struck […]

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Hannah Gluckstein, Gluck, 1942. Oil on canvas, 306 x 254 mm. © National Portrait Gallery
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Pictures of… Queer British Art at Tate Britain

Tate Britain’s new show, ‘Queer British Art 1861 – 1967’, features work by artists including Francis Bacon, Keith Vaughan, Evelyn de Morgan and Glyn Philpot, alongside queer ephemera, personal photographs, film and magazines.

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April…sorry March

Hello, and welcome to my blog post for March in April…ha. Well, an eventful month, major project meeting which is top secret, so I can’t really talk about that until it’s in the public domain. I’m going to share a […]

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Kate Dancing /Bill Jacklin???

Sorry to blog again so soon, but I’ve just had another light-bulb moment so have to blog it before I forget it. I  completed (I think?) a painting this morning and after making a coffee, returned to the studio for […]

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