From pounding pavements, Sunday fares, back street cafés, dive bars, nightclubs, concert halls, high street gallery’s, convention centers to grand museums,over a twenty year period-it’s fairly safe to say, that I have done every kind of venue.
It would be all too easy, to say that the weekend ended as it began-RAW.
I discovered this morning that RAW is featuring my art on their home page this week, which is accompanied by an interview. I tried to keep it frothy-it gets tougher to answer ‘where do get your inspiration?’ without sounding like a scratched record.
“An hundred years should go to praise Thine eyes, and on thy forehead gaze; Two hundred to adore each breast, But thirty thousand to the rest; An age at least to every part, And the last age should show your heart. For, lady, you deserve this state, Nor would I love at lower rate.” To […]
The older I get, the more I realise that the sudden death of someone you know, never lessens with the shock of its magnitude. That’s how it was today when I read the status update on Ryan August’s Facebook.
As promised, the new issue of ‘I want your Skull’ is now available. Amongst the coterie of bonedome themed renderings, is a submission by yours truly.Not having had a chance to see a copy first hand, I can only postulate the quality, but going by the picture evidence, it looks spiffing.
No kidding. If the mercurial grays of May, felt more than tinted with post holiday blue, then this month has been obscured beneath the blackened cloud of financial instability and some pretty harsh kick in the teeth realities.
Last night was the group show at Mosaic, in aid of Envirofest. For a gloomy Thursday evening, attendance was healthy.
Today, I finally completed the piece which has probably been the most contentious in some time and am genuinely happy with the results. I’ll premier it at the Mosaic show, this coming Thursday.