Posts Tagged ‘heart’
February FOs – Love Is Awesome

Progress continues on the to-do list; I had a fruitful day of designing packaging for the sonic tuckshop at Sonic Art Oxford, and my recorder is filling up with sounds for Gentle Fire by Alvin Lucier. I will be performing Gentle Fire in the afternoon on Saturday 27th February at Oxford Brookes University in the […]

In praise of Critical Engagement

I was recently prompted to blog about this by an exchange I had with Julia who writes the immensely enjoyable Historic Fibers blog. I recently enjoyed her post about Art Appreciation, though I disagree with her admittedly tongue-in-cheek assertion that the way to deal with inscrutable artworks is to maintain that they are ‘about the […]

The Summer Wardrobe/what to knit?

The knitting has been rather murky on this blog for a while. I have been revelling in neutrals, mushroom colours and (as is my penchant) many shades of green. A spate of FOs recently gave me much joy, but I suddenly ran into a wall where I wasn’t enthused or organised enough to proceed with […]

Poster Competition update

Remember the poster competition? Well, I entered Love Is Awesome poster into the competition, along with the following blurb, and won £50. Thanks everyone for your feedback and thoughts on what makes a really great poster; the prize-money will go to printing the Cards that I am making for Love Is Awesome. This poster was […]

the sprawling oeuvre

Although it is easy to dismiss the casual scribblings, anarchic doodlings and apparently random notes that go into a sketchpad as useless drivel, time normally reveals an order to the thoughts that wasn’t apparent when they were made. Over years the half-formed things that have gone into a sketchpad reveal themselves to be a much […]

The Dream of Felix begins

…with a new set of keys and a tiny kitchen with a busted fridge and empty shelves, to fill and little cupboards, all wooden and 1970s and warm in colourway.

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