no up, no down
ghosts the town.
More thanks to the S. W. Berg Photo Archives.
The base is purple. I added Funkadelic and CCR, for Credence Clearwater Revival. The final stage is a varnish. Some of the sky behind the fellow in the middle is flip-flop, pearlescent orange, pink and red and pale purple. 16 more words
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Amelia is playing the Rainbow for the Eisteddfod and she is having some problems with fluency and the fermatas in the piece. 105 more words
Exhibition: FERMATA by Lucy Bainbridge
Location: The Foundry Gallery, London
Date: 21st April – 2nd June 2017
Details: Through Bainbridge’s multidisciplinary approach to printmaking (she uses photographic screen prints, printed directly onto graphite dust with an overlay of drawing and additional screen printing) she challenges our ideas of what constitutes a print. 258 more words