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Bespoke pendant commission

This bespoke pendant commission was designed and made by Oresome Business Partner and Jeweller Victoria Prince. The piece was designed as a gift for a 60th Birthday present. 51 more words

Bespoke Design

Say it ain't so, Bobby; tell us DHH (your area of expertise) is not a party to Ethics violation with Kliebert's brother-in-law

There is more damage control awaiting the most ethical administration in Louisiana history and just as with the Bruce Greenstein saga, the Department of Health and Hospitals (DHH) is front and center. 990 more words

Transparency

Previewing Supreme Court Oral Argument in Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission v. Arizona

Michael Morley ( assistant professor of law at the Dwayne O. Andreas School of Law at Barry University) and Nick Stephanopoulos (assistant professor of law at the University of Chicago Law School) join Jeffrey Rosen of the National Constitutional Center to discuss the upcoming Supreme Court oral arguments in Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission v. 23 more words

Redistricting

More colour please!

March is almost here can you believe it?! February has proved to be a busy month full of all kinds of goings on, some good, some not so great. 228 more words

Fine Art

Cutting Out!

I’ve been spending the last two days cutting out flowers for a private commission. It’s going to be very colourful!

Elphicks

Casino and Switchblade

Some more for Angel Lite comics. The evil Casino the Swami and his associate Switchblade. I believe these are the bad guys for their  series “The Ballad”. 16 more words

Webcomic

"If I keep doing this, I won’t know who the hell I am. I’ll just be a sum total of these positions that I’ve taken up to fulfil commissions.”

From Alex Clark’s interview with Kazuo Ishiguro, Review, The Guardian, Saturday 21st February

Most of the time, Ishiguro is writing. But, I point out, he is conspicuous by his absence from public debate, from the writer-as-commentator position occupied by novelists such as Ian McEwan or Martin Amis or, in her essays, by Hilary Mantel. 391 more words