Are you wondering what they’re saying? So am I! But I rather fancy them as the characters from “Waiting for Godot“ And here they are in full glory. Or maybe they’re more Shakespearian? What do you reckon?
Meeting people is inspiring. So many of those attending Open Studios enjoy suggesting new subjects. The wealth of visitor suggestions for new projects means I’m going to be busy for quite a while! Lots are talking about sport! And while I can’t think why… And I won’t be pursuing that particular direction. I toyed with the idea at last years Open Studios! Seems the right season for it, even if the weather is rebelling! Sometimes, it’s good to talk! The Network rail building painting is complete, but not dry enough to remove the masking. So I’ll post it Monday! In the meantime I’ve just produced my latest newsletter which can be found here!
When you take on a big project there are parts you love… And parts you wish to avoid! It’s said if you want something done you should ask a busy person! But I’m not sure I agree. Sometimes being busy helps you avoid what you don’t want to do. Now that last week’s chaos is dying down.. I’m finally able to catch up with “stuff” and paint. And that includes tackling procrastination! So I Present Painting Number 12 of the Milton Keynes Project. This is the Church of Christ the Cornerstone. I love the ethos of the place. With so much division in the Christian Church its heartening to see efforts to overcome their differences. But, I’ve been wary of tackling the building. I was uncertain that it would “fit” with the rest of the series. Especially the more traditional architectural components… Specifically that dome! But it didn’t feel right not to include it. And I think it works so I’m relieved. And I love the way the cross looks like a cross from any direction. Almost as if to say a Christian should look like a Christian when seen from any direction. A challenging concept for even the best of […]