Tag Archives: triptych

Another type of reference point

Yesterday I mentioned the need for a reference point in my exhibition work that would take the viewer from the conventional to my personal and that’s just what I present here. As you see it’s a small black and white … Continue reading

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Project 12: New project and one last diptych?

In one of my earlier posts (here) I pondered how I could evoke in viewers a sense of what I see when looking at vistas like this photo of my home. I discussed this with Jonathan in my last tutorial … Continue reading

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New project ideas

I recently visited Penshurst Place in Kent. The historical site includes a Great Hall first built in the 1350s as well as a range of gardens and a mostly inaccessible larger grand building. My assumption when visiting such places is … Continue reading

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Project 11: building on earlier work

The work I carried out here on Tuesday and Wednesday fired me up to create another image in the same vein – that is by juxtaposing symbolism against a similar image without any symbolism (rather than alternative symbols such as … Continue reading

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Project 11: breakthrough

Even though we had an important symposium yesterday I’ve been concentrating on completing this and so will focus on the issues raised at the symposium regarding our research paper over the weekend. I’ve had a bit of a breakthrough with … Continue reading

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A photo a day – the holy trinity

With just over two weeks to go before Christmas arrives we drove to a local Garden Centre to look at Christmas trees. Glitz, fantasy and avarice appeared to  have replaced any notions of The Father, Son and Holy Ghost though, … Continue reading

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A photo a day – a visual narrative

Karen made a quiche today….

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A photo a day – pain

My thumb and wrist having been playing up recently and giving me a lot of pain. I wear a support while typing and presented it in this post (link). But recently the pain has increased and triggered my looking for … Continue reading

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A photo a day – Night Calls

Last night our phone rang at 1o minutes past 2 in the morning. In those few seconds before answering it my mind raced with lots of terrible thoughts. Alex was out – had he been hurt? Dad is bereaved and … Continue reading

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