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Anselm Kiefer

All hail the King! The heavyweight champ is in town, with the other contender to the throne also due in London at Gagosian from October the 11th. Anselm Kiefer is lead to Richard Serra’s steel. But for now it’s all […]

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Conversation

Are you based in West Sussex and paint?

I am hoping to connect with any painters here on the a-n website who work and live in the Littlehampton, West Sussex area. It seems to me that there isn’t a massive amount on offer for painters, although in East […]

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Battling towards the essential in my work

After some PaperFields exhibition prep I got stuck into painting this afternoon.  Worked on several pieces that had already been started (1 yesterday) and another – a large paper roll.  I found a way to clamp it to a stretcher […]

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Re_view Bursary meeting #4

Post 9 Gemma Lloyd – 27/June/14 – 2 hour I was aware of PEER’s exhibition programme, initially through their on-line presence and have become increasingly interested in what they do since a few close contacts of mine have worked with […]

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Autobiography - a set of nine ceramic vehicles in unglazed terra-cotta. Each approx. h15cm, w20cm, d10cm
Event Exhibition

Recursive

  • Archive
  • Venue:
    No Format gallery
  • From:
    October 09, 2014
  • To:
    November 02, 2014
  • Location:
    London
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Review

Correspond

5-11 September 2014 / An exhibition of works by 19 painters enrolled on the 2014 Turps Correspondence Course.

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Blog Post

If I had more money than I knew what to do with!

Sometimes when we walk home on what is knick named ‘the normal walk’ I take the quiet back roads through a residential area instead of keeping to the sea front. When this happens I tend not to put Cosmo back […]

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Event Exhibition

(detail)

  • Archive
  • Venue:
    Transition Gallery
  • From:
    September 20, 2014
  • To:
    October 12, 2014
  • Location:
    London
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Action painting

It’s all been a bit of a blur, like the old saying about waiting forever for a London bus then three come along at once. I went from feeling like it would be months till I would have my studio […]

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Vanitas series: version one

This is the initial piece in what hopefully is destined to be a new series of work rather than simply an idea that peters out and dies. I’m aware I’m possibly working on too many things at the same time. […]

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Review

I’d still like to see the Governor…

  August 28 – August 30, 11.00-19.30 August 31 – September 4, 11.00-17.00    I’d still like to see the Governor… takes place at Brewery Tap (UCA’s Project space) in conjunction with the Folkestone Triennial. This is the second opportunity […]

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Forest Operations

After the 2nd World War the Forestry Commission planted a lot of pine trees. These pine trees are all over the Blean where I am walking today. I noticed signs saying Forest Operations and the pine trees that had been […]

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