Monthly Archives: November 2012

The Dark That Allows Us To Know The Light

I recently took a step out of the framed, contained paintings that are my norm and ordered myself a canvas of new proportions; something about as big as I could practically transport to a gallery and with sufficient depth to … Continue reading

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Songs From the Shipyard…and other stories, told through music

In spite of a love of folk music in general, and The Unthanks in particular, that has lasted for many a year, I’ve as yet to write about it – having had no particular “angle in” other than my considerable … Continue reading

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The Unseen Artist – Rex Whistler

An exhibition entitled “The Unseen Rex Whistler” at Sibyl Colefax & John Fowler, 39 Brook Street London will have me jumping on a train later this month. I’ve nurtured a soft-spot for twentieth-century artist Whistler for a number of years … Continue reading

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