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A Poem by Chris Ross

Chris Ross’s Pictures and Platitudes

This is called …. The East End Of London …xx

Rows of terraced houses, three rooms up and three rooms down… 257 more words

Docklands

March 2018: ArtVo and Jenolan Caves

This month really dragged out for me. I am use to working hard and then each weekend going even harder to make the most of it. 773 more words

Caving

Round 3 – Adelaide v St Kilda: The Noel’s Caravans/ Jock Cheese Cup

BREAKING-

Malcolm Blight to replace Neil Kerley as face of Noel’s Caravans

Green Fields, Adelaide, April 2018

In a jolt to the chummy SANFL-football-icons-turned-caravan-promoters-community Neil Kerley has quit his post as a spokesperson for the quality but affordable leisure vehicles that are available at Noel’s. 924 more words

People And Places

3 Rules

Flotatecrew: “OKAY EVERYBODY. We have 3 rules here.

Rule #1: You see something you like, you clap.

Rule #2: You see something you don’t like, you still clap..” 12 more words

One Bank Street

The twenty eight office development by architects Kohn Pedersen Fox and developers Canary Wharf, is continuing to take shape in Canary Wharf.

Project Information

Address: 1 Bank Street , Canary Wharf , E14… 49 more words

Biomorphic public sculpture in Melbourne

Biomorphic surrealism was about making things in the shape of life, often microscopic animal or plant life. Alfred H. Barr defined biomorphism as: “Curvilinear rather than rectilinear, decorative rather than structural and romantic rather than classical in its exaltation of mystical, the spontaneous and the irrational.” It can be seen in the curvy amorphous forms created by modern artists, including Jean Arp and Barbara Hepworth, Juan Miro and Salvador Dali. 270 more words

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