Monthly Archives: November 2019

Authenticity? I Think I have the Answer!

I’ve been preparing to lead a session on Street Art at our village art group (a very low-key affair!) Reading about a pioneer of Street Art in the 1980s called Keith Haring (USA) , I discovered that Haring had left … Continue reading

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It’s OK to be ‘Good Enough’

I’d like to Blog about another interesting artist I visited during Devon Open Studios… Selby McCreery opened her home, Landcove House, to the public in September as “a celebration of wonder.” She was not exaggerating. This was not a selling … Continue reading

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Sunflowers Finished with Joy

After going through a creatively dry patch this year, it was wonderful to discover that constructing the new Sunflowers was just what I needed to get back into work mode again. (Perhaps when ‘stuck’, one just needs to do something?) … Continue reading

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Mosaic Frida

One of the lovely people who collects materials for me (Hello Loren!) sent me this wonderful image of Frida Kahlo in an inspirational mosaic by Susan Elliot. I love it. Susan Elliot is a mosaic artist based in Hastings. The … Continue reading

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