Tuesday, 21 September 2010

HOW TO HIDE A SEAL - Pembrokeshire

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It's easy to see now the waves have washed both seal and pebbles but before not quite so easy.

Thursday, 16 September 2010

SLATE PATTERN











When people don't look
around them they miss such beautiful things. Things that have always been there but have not been looked at. This is a slate roof in Pembrokeshire. We went on from here to see seals that didn't want to be seen - they blended in so well on the beach.
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ABUNDANCE (2)


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I am holding back from doing any more to this painting.
This isn't unusual for painters to reach the 'shall I or not' stage. Once I have signed it that's it, but my pen is hovering over the signature.
It will just have to sit on the easel until I'm more sure. So enjoy this stage of things.

Saturday, 11 September 2010

UPSIDE DOWN DRAWING

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This is one of the results from a class I took called 'Drawing for the Terrified'. Generally they were people who had not been able to draw with any confidence and had quite often been called 'stupid boy - you're rubbish at drawing'.
The people were asked to copy the drawing on the left (which was turned upside down) onto the crossed grid - one of the results is on the right.
The most common comment has always been 'Waow! I'm surprised - I can't normally draw'.

The images come from 'THE TIMES' each week.

Thursday, 9 September 2010

I WISH I HAD THE CONFIDENCE

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I wish I had the confidence to know that this really was edible. I thinking this is 'CHICKEN of the WOODS' but unfortunately fungi more often that not have look-a-likes.

ACER RED

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This is the inside story of a very red acer - you don't get much redder than that. I saw this tree in the Dyffryn Gardens near Cardiff.

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