Category Archives: Painting

July Paintings VI (Stains)

   

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July Paintings VIII (Wiped)

         

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July Paintings VII (Sanding and Stains)

   

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July Paintings V (Impasto and Glazes)

       

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July Paintings IV (Assemblage)

 

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July Paintings III (Structures)

 

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July Paintings II

 

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July Paintings I

     

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What’s Wrong with Seduction?

  In a June meeting, to review my progress on the MRes, Professor Steve Dixon commented (after seeing some of my photographs) on the seductive nature of graffiti he had encountered in India. This term resurfaced after a talk at … Continue reading

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On Painting and Not Knowing II

Yesterday’s supervisory meeting with Myna and Tim was thought provoking. I felt that Tim provided many answers to the continuation of my research on ruination, whilst it seemed like Myna pushed through into the nature of the project and pulled … Continue reading

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