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Sunday Afternoon on Camberwell Green

Above: A hand-coloured postcard of Camberwell Green. (Kindly lent by Derek Barrett).

Above: Detail from another card which was obviously printed from the same negative. 525 more words


Legacy Camberwell

Nearly two months into their operations, and Legacy Camberwell are already forging a well sought after reputation among the Melbourne brunchin’ scene. Located away from the busier streets located near Camberwell junction, Legacy provides a getaway from the typical strips lined with shops and restaurants. 369 more words


More art shows

It’s tiring, this art lark. :) Yesterday was certainly full-on, with two student shows during the day and then open studio visits in Camberwell in the evening. 520 more words


Tonight: Baroque Down the Boozer!

Late heads-up for this event going on tonight in Camberwell: singing Baroque drinking songs in a pub.

I will be there and hope to see any of you who aren’t put off by the fact that it’s a bit more modern than PDtP! 12 more words

Two steps forward one step back (or vice versa)

Last week I was deep in Telltale Press business which is probably why I didn’t post an update here. I’ve also been distracted by the process of ‘moving house’ which I put in inverted commas because I’m not entirely sure whether it’s actually happening, or just something I imagine is happening. 464 more words

Mags & Blogs

no.2 old + new

I went to Burgess Park – Camberwell, London. Towering over the recent LDA scheme is the Aylesbury estate – an infamous high-rise concrete council estate. As with much of London, regeneration schemes are in the process of being constructed in the estate – demolishing blocks of flats and replacing them with high-end versions. 73 more words


Probably The Best Blind Painter in Peckham (reprise and finale).

It was with tremendous sadness that I belatedly learned last night of the death of Sargy Mann a couple of months ago.

You can read his obituary… 107 more words