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Fool’s Gold

In the guise of fairy tales, reality comes into focus, we are forced to acknowledge we are the authors of our happy ever after.

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Going with the flow

I’m probably not the only one thinking that January has been an incredibly hard month to get through. Cold, damp… dark mornings and nights. I really couldn’t get myself going again. I had the right idea last year of planning […]

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Ochre History / National Recycling Week

Yellow ochre, FeO(OH)·nH 2O, is a hydrated iron hydroxide (limonite) also called gold ochre. From wikipedia: In Ancient Egypt, yellow was associated with gold, which was considered to be eternal and indestructible. The skin and bones of the gods were […]

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Reflection on current materials

There’s something really powerful about being impulsive or spontaneous. My practice seems to rely on impulsivity, rarely is a recent work pre-planned. There’s something interesting about pulling whatever material seems to be in front of me, like a take away […]

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Drinking tea

I seem to have longer and longer gaps between postings about my work. I AM working, it’s just that I’m quietly doing it in the background and not shouting about it. As the studio has been freezing and there’s a […]

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Thesis writing continues…

Thesis writing continues… The chapter and chapter sections are in place and have notes and references that are becoming sentences (or half sentences) that are becoming paragraphs, and are being moved around, expanded and deleted. I’ve not updated much about […]

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Sorting stuff out

I was going to try to write more regular posts, but as it turns out, I can only do that if I have loads of time to spare…   and if I do have the time, then I probably wouldn’t have […]

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