Two Laptops Back

Once again, I’m trying to get stuff organised. This time, music. Its very complicated. It used to be so easy. I remember clearly the first LP I purchased with my own money. There had been lots of other vinyl records in the house, from the earliest age; nursey rhymes in spoken books on little recordsContinue reading “Two Laptops Back”

Dear Diary

The summer slumber has passed, a couple of months ago now, but projects are stuck in neutral. Work continues it’s dominating influence, and the winter rains have settled in. Excuse me – the new washing machine has just finished attending to the cleaning cloths. The new machine is a larger size so as to betterContinue reading “Dear Diary”

Inspired by Kline

Is it art if the artist (ie me) is only responding to the chosen frame and its intended spot on the wall? I found some $2 dollar frames in the small homewares section of my local supermarket; the black rims attracted my attention amidst a few scented candles, towels and bamboo trays. Back home, IContinue reading “Inspired by Kline”

Periphery

I had two choices. I could try again … again … to conquer Monet’s lily pond or take the easier, and rather more colourfully garish, path. I opted for the latter. It was a very functional puzzle, with nothing particularly exacting or overly interesting. However, when it was time to fill in the sections ofContinue reading “Periphery”

The old green shirt

It’s time has come. Today’s the day I stop putting off this decision. For some of us, getting rid of an object becomes exponentially harder with each passing year. Pretending it’s younger doesn’t help. It’s embedded in the psyche. It is Identity. This Bisley shirt was once a dark green corduroy. It started as aContinue reading “The old green shirt”