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Exhibition at the Fish Factory

This year Paul and I are showing work at the Fish Factory in Brighton Road, Worthing for the Worthing Artists Open Houses trail (from June 16th – July 1st 2018, more info http://www.worthingartistsopenhouses.com). ‘Rock Pool’ is a carborundum print, the image … Continue reading

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Getting Focused

My art ideas come so directly from my experience that I sometimes find it very difficult to focus on one project when something else throws up possibilities. We’ve been in France for the last two weeks, Brittany and right by … Continue reading

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Lascaux – painting from the monotypes

The monotypes I’ve been blogging about (Lascaux, Font de Gaume, Combarelles) were developed from the hundreds of drawings I did in the caves (of the original art from the Ice Age). Once I’d made groups of monotypes, I started thinking about how … Continue reading

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Rouffignac is a very special cave. It reaches about eight kilometres underground with a velvety darkness and silence that feels as though I’m being drawn into a different world. It smells of dry earth – I think of the little … Continue reading

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