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In Tongues...


After working on many projects in bands over the years I’ve never had the chance to get my solo works into a proper studio. 110 more words


SONG OF THE DAY Isaac Gracie - The Death Of You & I

Up until last night when I switched on the radio in my car (for the first time in ages), I hadn’t heard of Isaac Gracie and had no idea what was about to unfold when this curious song began to play. 461 more words


IndustryME x Music & Other Stories: What A Time To Be A UK Artist

One genre of music that remains a permanent fixture on my radar is grime. With pumping bass lines and engergic that shows no signs of changing anytime soon. 437 more words


INTERVIEW – In Conversation with Carne Griffiths

Infusing the beautiful colours of various teas in his artwork, Carne Griffiths, a UK based Artist, swaps paint for a cuppa to create intriguing portraits, working primarily with tea, vodka, whisky, brandy and calligraphy ink. 1,109 more words

Love For Tea

Happy as a clam......

The studio is still a way to being completed – the kitchen has taken precedence!  However, I have been busy archiving my paintings.  ‘Happy as a Clam’, is a three piece collection that started with a photo from a museum in Edinburgh.   29 more words


Grayson Perry

I have highlighted the artist Grayson Perry as part of my research due to his fantastic pottery work. The work I am observing is his pottery work due to the designs he applies to them. 352 more words


Fat Art - Beryl Cook

Beryl Cook was one of England’s most popular painters, and she probably still is.  Easy to see why.  Her paintings are so honest and so funny and somehow so British, showing real people doing real things.  230 more words