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Art Unlocked in Richmond

The Covid-19 lockdown restrictions have meant that the annual Richmond Art House Open Studios event had to be rethought in terms of its presentation.  In light of this unique time, […]

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A Study of Life in Stillness

Once again the International Garden Photographer of the Year’s Still Life competition has rolled around and once again, I’ve attempted another Cotan-inspired photographic image.  This year all the blossoms were […]

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Time Flies

A few weeks ago the direction of flights into and out of Heathrow Airport in London was reversed so that planes approached from the southwest and took off towards the […]

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The Service of Art

I attend certain art exhibitions in London because they showcase the work of a painter, sculptor or photographer I know and like (like Leonardo da Vinci).  At other times, the […]

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That Spark

Pretty much everyone’s creative when they’re little — most children love getting a bit mucky in the process of making things.  Not very many, however, possess that artistic spark which […]

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Flâneuse Forever

London is my home town.  It’s not where I was born or where I grew up — those were several suburban areas in the midwest and east coast of America. […]

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Last Moments of Winter

It’s been a wet, grey winter in Kew Gardens — which isn’t necessarily a terrible thing.  In fact, in terms of photography, I feel that taking pictures this season has […]

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