Monthly Archives: June 2010

Drawing books

I’ve just completed 8 books of drawings, over 110 pages each. Why? Well, I draw all day every day; it’s a full time job and I do it so much that after a time the drawings come out of me … Continue reading

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Me and my MA …

When I first decided to go to do the MA at CCA, I assumed that my long experience in graphic drawing would be an easy and fast vehicle for delivering significant prints. I came in with my drawings and my … Continue reading

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the Art of nightmares

I haven’t posted for  a while, but I am just now mainly involved with cutting. I’ll explain more about this another time. If you look at the tabs at the top of the page here you’ll see a new tab, … Continue reading

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THE DEATH OF THE SHAYKHA

A Eulogy for Louise Bourgeois While I was drawing in my studio in the early hours of June 1 2010 with the radio on, the last item on the news stopped me in my tracks. It said that on the … Continue reading

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