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The Color of Memory

Writer, what kind of words will you fetch to awkwardly describe what drawing can instead perfectly represent? Don’t bother with words, unless you are speaking to the blind…don’t mess with things that belong to the eyes. 890 more words


Book Review: A Perfect Square

Two women on either side of the world live almost parallel lives. Both artists with a preference for seclusion, Harriet in the Dandenong Ranges paints abstract scenes of Wessex and Judith in Dartmoor paints and yearns for the Australian landscape she has never seen. 347 more words

Book Fix

isobelblackthorn reblogged this on Isobel Blackthorn and commented:

Pleased to share this fine review by author Kathryn Gossow. :)

Wednesday Art Day: Circle Flowers

For last week’s Wednesday Art Day, we combined materials to created mixed-media pieces. I knew that I wanted to have the class create something with circles, as I enjoy starting off the year with  67 more words


I haven’t written about my art since my A level art days, so now post-uni I find it’s refreshing to sit down and write about my paintings. 683 more words


A small selection of books and magazines I'm (mostly not) reading.

The Poetry of List-Making

This post is in response to a Wordpress prompt, which I think, to my shame, is more than a week old now, on List-making. 1,365 more words

Blathering About Nothing