Monthly Archives: August 2019

Why can’t I talk to the M6?

Recently, I’ve been having some interesting discussions with my eldest son about art. I like these discussions as much as he hates them. The reason is, because, by his own admission, he doesn’t see the point of art. He doesn’t … Continue reading

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The pleasures of slow

I’ve been thinking a lot about the concept of slow recently. Painting is a slow process.  Time can seem to race by, it can seem to drag by, it can be frustrating waiting for something to happen but rather than … Continue reading

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The start of disorder

I believe I am finally on the path towards the end. The thesis has always been running furlongs ahead of the practice and I think it is virtually finished now. I fear that it should be the other way around. … Continue reading

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