Defined as a narrative device which starts in the middle of a story, looking both forwards and backwards. I thought that this was a reasonable metaphor for my working method, which is pretty chaotic. I plunge into the middle of an experiment … Continue reading
You can see my work exhibited at the following venues in May: 23rd May to 22nd June – Selected Works Michelle Walker’s Art Gallery, 17 High Street, Banff, AB45 1AN Opening Times Monday 12:00 – 17:00 Tuesday 12:00 – 16:00 Wednesday 12:00 – … Continue reading
Spent the weekend in the studio trying to improve upon photo images with the new camera….
A 30 day month of sundays would take 210 days to elapse. 210 is not the square of anything, so I settled for 196 or 14 squared = one month of sundays as long as the month is February, and … Continue reading
Some of the latest versions have been posted in the gallery. These are relatively small and experimental; I’m about to start working on some larger ones. This will give me a problem with the press, so also about to start building a larger one. … Continue reading
I discovered today that the wonderful Carol Farrow, who taught me very briefly on a paper making course at West Dean College, died at the end of February after a short illness. She really was a fount of knowledge and experience. And what a kind, … Continue reading
“Make everything as simple as possible, but not simpler” Albert Einstein – the question is whether to keep adding, as my natural inclination tells me to do at the moment, or to leave things bare, and risk becoming tired and dull. … Continue reading