Lula’s Anemones

For Lula, In Memoriam Anemone – meaning woodland flower. Narcissus – Greek God who fell in love with his own image. Towards the end of November last year, I received the news we had all been dreading but sadly expecting.  My beautiful sister-in-law, Lula – who had just reached her 60th Birthday (but didn’t look…

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Poster Mania

As promised!  Just a very small selection of my new posters.  I’m interested how a few choice words coupled with an image can have such an impact.  I can envisage many situations where these posters could be used: exhibitions, headings for poems, chapter headings, to name just a few.  I could see an entire exhibition…

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Summer(?) Solstice

June is nearly over and ‘flaming’ it ‘aint!  Hey ho, we celebrate the Summer Solstice all the same.  This year we joined Angie and friends for a mini fest of music and song.  Using a couple of the pictures I took on the evening, I have made these posters to mark the event. The eagle-eyed…

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What’s the Point?

When my son was small, if he was asked to do something he thought was irrelevant – such as: darling….would you like to make your bed today? – his answer would invariably be, what’s the point?  He was right of course.  If he wanted to leave his bed unmade, then that was his responsibility.  Since…

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Right Here, Right Now

Since my visit to the Art & Money event last week at Plymouth College of Art, I have been reflecting on my circumstances, as they are at this very moment.  And it goes something like this: Having completed a very intensive period of study for my MA in 2003, I needed a bit of down…

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