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Monthly Archives: October 2008

A Mixture of Things

It has been very cold here today and yesterday morning was very pleasant to be out and about, I shall post some photos about this later….. I am typing this with my hands just getting feeling back as they are effected by cold weather quite a bit so it is a bit like typing with gloves on at the moment….I shall have to learn ho to use the voice over thingy on the mac….anyway to the photos and the first one is of my favourite Tree having shed quite a few leaves!

Approaching Winter

Approaching Winter


The next shows a experimental painting useing childrens ready mixed paint and PVA and just letting it move around the boord and leaving it to dry

Experiment

Experiment

Experiment 2

Experiment 2

new Work

new Work

 
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Posted by on October 29, 2008 in Painting, photos

 

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Ever Growing Studio Work


Ever more Studio Work. See if you can spot the new work!
Ever Growing Studio Work

Ever Growing Studio Work

 
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Posted by on October 27, 2008 in Painting

 

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A Saturday Walk


Just to prove that unpromising weather never keeps a image hunter away. sometimes the autumnal feel and brooding skies an be used to great effect, also toy Car puts in a appearance

Part of The old Havant to Hayling Railway line

Part of The old Havant to Hayling Railway line

Close Up

Close Up

The stream

The stream

Citidale!

Citidale!

toy car at langstone

toy car at langstone

Green City

Green City

Old weatherd railway sleeper at langstone

Old weatherd railway sleeper at langstone

 
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Posted by on October 25, 2008 in photos

 

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More Studio Work


Here are some more studio paintings done today and i am rather pleased with them especially the two photos that follow

Horizons

Horizons

Horizon Group

Horizon Group

With the following photo, which is more experimental I have been using Masking tape, as I did on the smaller woode offcuts that can be seen on previouse photo, leaving the wood exposed. On the triangles (and i am not sure what it is about triangles they do not really work as a singel painting… i used raw canvase that had emultion paint and acrylic and left for a few weeks, I cut it up into triangles Put masking tape on pulled it back and it left a lovely line of the old paint underneath. Before that I painted the new colours on of course, the continues line idea turns into a cliff in places where the tape was probably not secure enough, I think it works.

triangles Abstract

Triangles Abstract

 
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Posted by on October 23, 2008 in Painting

 

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For Those That Like The Sea


For those that like the sea here is a interesting couple of links to follow, A boat has set sail from Newlyn, Cornwall and is sailing all the way to Australia! You can follow the boat on the blog, here
Also track it on a regular basis here

 
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Posted by on October 22, 2008 in The sea

 

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Image Hunter at Work!


The image hunter has been hard at work producing more images, here i am interested in the grouping of paintings. these paintings are part of the ongoing horizon series.

Horizon Early Morning

Horizon Early Morning 6x4 canvases and small wooden offcuts

Triangle ( Raw canvas wih polyfiller) and small wooden ooffcuts

Triangle ( Raw canvas wih polyfiller) and 4x4 Chunky canvas with small wooden ooffcuts

 
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Posted by on October 21, 2008 in Uncategorized

 

In memory of Glynis Kirk

In Memeory of Glynis Kirk

In Memeory of Glynis Kirk

I am dedicating this post to the memory of a friend who I had not seen for a while.

Today i learnt that she died in August…. we used to work together and then she moved on but we kept in touch…Glynis was part of the the reason why I followed my dream and am doing this degree in Fine Art.

A light has gone out.

Glynis was one of the most alive people people I have known and I am so pleased to have known her, I send condolenses to her husband and daughter.

The spirit of life was Glynis!!

 
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Posted by on October 20, 2008 in IN MEMORY

 

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