Category Archives: open studio

The not so secret life of Squirrels.

Maurizio Cattelan I am intrigued by this  3D work of Maurizio Cattelan in which he has used a  stuffed squirrel   The use of  actual animals in art  rather than through artists’ depicting  them using  skill,  or interpretation,  has always … Continue reading

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Bed Posts

Bed Posts By chance I had been reading about artists have used unmade beds to illustrate their concepts. Initially I thought I would write about  a few who had caught my attention, however, after a little further research I found … Continue reading

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Financial Planning!

I keep my shopping receipts. I have  a clear out occasionally and  have thought about using them  to make paper mache sculpture,  perhaps one day!

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Sunday Times watercolour exhibition

This painting has been accepted for the Sunday Time watercolour exhibition this September, and I am really pleased about that. click on the image to enlarge it.

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New studio

I finally made it to my new studio  last week  and set up for the first time.  It is small but perfectly formed for my needs. The light is very good and I have it all to myself – I … Continue reading

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Boots and Shoes

I have had a particular relationship with this footware  over the last 3 months.  The walking shoe is the only shoe that I  can get my still swollen foot into and I am so…  bored with it.   The boots are … Continue reading

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new plaster cast

I had my  temporary, slab plaster  cast replaced two weeks ago with this plastic, lightweight one. There was a choice of colours and  this bright green certainly helps to cheer me up. In the fracture clinic waiting room it was a case … Continue reading

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