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january review

i settle down to make a review of my janaury 2018, florence has taken to eric’s chair – i think she realises that once the laptop comes out in the morning we’ll not be going out for our walk for […]

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Art Theory and Reflective Process

In December I submitted the final drafts to the first two modules on the MA. I navigated and battled my way through feminist artists in history and women who have presented work relating to the relationships they hold with their […]

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multiples of 10

two weeks into the year and i’m fully back up to speed and i can share with you that this is the first time in years my year has started so quickly and i’m still a bit whar!  this is […]

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establishing a window

i migrate to the laptop as work becomes painfully slow due to a feeling related to simply being tired.  am i trying to run before i walk in this new year ? i’ve been thinking about what’s to come this […]

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90 minutes to reflect on 2017

with football matches happening all around the uk i make myself comfortable to make a reflective post about this year. kicking off i feel a little unsure to to pass the thought to next, there have been some highlights of […]

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trying to find a mirror

there’s something about this time of year that makes it difficult for me to stare productively out of the window.  what i end up doing instead is looking for a mirror to hold in front to make me view myself. […]

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reflections of stone

i sit and get myself comfortable.  above the laptop is a view into the garden, the naked strands of willow are being toyed with by the ebbing breeze.  with great excitement i edit and upload the images from last week.  […]

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‘Arp: The Poetry of Forms’

To my right as I enter the exhibition is a large dark brown-coloured rectangular object fixed to the wall. My eye is drawn to white bow-tie shapes that float-hover-drift on a grey surface, offshore of a nasal-peninsula-chef’s head emerging from […]

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catching up

having persuaded the dog to let me type i turn my thoughts to creating this post in which i catch up with the last few weeks.  i glance over to the dog who has taken up her spot in the […]

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practice practice and practice

feeling better about my practice, i take to my keyboard to further practice writing about it.  steady progression within the non linear film commission makes me feel good about that part of my practice. i pause to stare out of […]

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inside the cave

the laptop screen sits brightly on my lap, the window providing some light from the mono grey day outside.  the puppy has a been playing with a newly found improvised toy and later tomorrow the ipswich speedway team will work […]

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AiR Journey #2 – Begin with the End in Mind

      I set out with good intentions to write regular posts throughout this project and find I am lacking in this regard. I can make excuses such as juggling 4 school runs a day, then school holidays, 3 […]

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rin tin tin

a bus bounces its way past the window, a branch of the hazel jigs and there’s further analysis of tyre wear at aragon.  my saturday morning is rich with visual and audio pastries. i’m pretty much alone as the rest […]

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sipping coffee

sipping coffee was at the top of my list of things to do this morning.  the morning after the opening of #findinglines at derby museum and art gallery.  i like to sip coffee.  this morning was without the more usual […]

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A very active Public/Private View

I was so privileged to show many friends, colleagues and arts professionals my work at an event I called Resonance, we had stunning weather and it began with taking visitors out in 2 rowing boats, 4 in each boat to […]

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transformation – oak tree to sphere

I work in the De La Warr Pavilion galleries as an invigilator and during my shifts I have time to reflect on the work around me and naturally I drift into how it influences my own work. This is valuable […]

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i am

out of the window this morning i see a flat monochrome sky. in front of it a flat green tree and flat brown bricked buildings. my cup of tea is empty and the puppy is pressed against my right leg. […]

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february in review

a short month, so a short review ? we’ll find out shortly.  with external projects in various stages of beginning and waiting to finish my main practice focus for the month has been to re-iterate my practice website. informed by […]

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working with reduced capacity

i come to the end of the week feeling the affects of my current cold.  fortunately i was able to attend the prototyping conversation at derby silk mill. four diverse aspects of prototyping had been assembled and it led to a […]

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waking up with a cold

this morning my sore throat woke me, i sighed and sniffed and realised that i am once again with cold.  undeterred i did my chores this morning in an attempt to carry on as normal. today does feel normal.   […]

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working the shells

from the hi hat and snare i start to build in practice development by extending into the tom toms.

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closing thoughts

i feel excited to be writing the final post of this blog.  excited because i have a sense of what follows.  the feeling inside of grounded ness ness,  projected thoughts of an application being sent and of a non linear […]

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no one is an island

as 16 comes closer to slipping to 17, i think back to a piece of graffiti photographed by a friend.  it stated that no man was an island and he wanted to be that man. why have i recalled this […]

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