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Inspirational photos of the day - land art

A few land artists – people working out in the natural environment with raw, elemental objects, often found and used in the same spaces. Many have an ephemeral quality, while others are significant large scale site-specific pieces. 22 more words


Wandering Wednesday @ British Museum

A break from quilting this afternoon with a little trip out to wander around the British Museum. There were a couple of interesting special exhibitions on upstairs which both related to ritual, religion and superstition. 133 more words


And a river runs through it

One of Maiko’s suggestions in our last tutorial was for me to consider some mythological objects and uses, and use those to try to get some stronger meaning into my work. 796 more words


MA Project proposal 1.5

I have been looking again at all of the key themes and contexts which have been in the four drafts of my proposal so far. I want, for version 1.5, to create something which pulls out these main threads into something core which runs through them and which encapsulates what has been underneath what I have been making towards the end of term. 829 more words


Boundaries of reality

I’ve been mulling over the place where my new proposal is at over the week ‘off’ from college work to bake cake. I think I have an idea of how to combine the key ideas I’m working with – which come from all 4 versions of my proposal so far! 103 more words


The Hidden Cafe

A hidden cafe but not a hidden gem. We ordered the BLT breakfast and corn fritters with smoked salmon. The eggs were overcooked and the guacamole spread made the toast soggy. 46 more words


Vanguard Readings - Six Poets & Anthology Launch

Richard Skinner’s excellent Vanguard Readings at The Bear in Camberwell generally hosts both poets and prose writers, but last night was a poetry special. Somehow I managed to arrived only just in time, but I’m pleased I did as the first reader was my friendĀ  487 more words