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I am so excited! One of my pictures make it’s way to the Local Links magazine as a front cover. 🙂

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All paintings are A0 size (841 x 1189 mm) and had been painted in acrylic.

 

Finally I get hold of some pictures from City of Sanctuary exhibition! And I thought that it would be nice to put them on the blog. I’ve received very positive feedback about those pieces and a great support from Bablake School and my students, who came to see the exhibition.

I am delighted to inform that the Herbert Gallery has asked me to create a smaller painting to be displayed in the History section for a year. 🙂 🙂 🙂

I will get a whole display case for myself as a new arrival to Coventry. Need to think about some sort of description of myself, is there anyone who would like to help me with that task? Are there any interesting stories about me there that would be worth of mentioning?

I am in the process of creating it now (may even do a speed painting, you never know) and am collecting other personal things to go on the display with it.

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skyscape, seascape, landscape

Pwll Deri hostel (more…)

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I jus have received an email from Laura, who host and maintain the project, that the second volume of “What’s It Like” is ready to grab from here :

http://www.blurb.com/books/1856022

My work is on page 25 (more…)

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Hey again. I managed to find some time and work on pics from an AQA Photography training that had happened on the beginning of this month. In the nutshell we have been learning how to teach photography at GSCE level (so it’s official I am train to do now those photo lessons with my 16’s that I have been doing since September).

Funny to say, this training had sense (how many of you’ve been ever spending unproductive hours on some boring, useless, dull training, thinking that it’s just a waste of time and your company should better invest those couple hundred quit in some valuable stuff, for example beer for YOUR personal use or at least paintballing – you could get relaxed a bit and there isn’t many things better than shouting your boss in the ….). Anyway as I said it was very good, mostly because our lecturer really knew what he was talking about.  No small talk, just pure info.

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I’ve just been back from my photo night at Dunchurch Photographic Society where we were holding an expert critique evening with Graham Hodgkiss. I have to say that it is a very satisfying thing to listen to someone that knows an awful about the craft and has been doing it for longer that I’ve lived. Mr Hodgkiss has very wide knowledge, both in principals of photography and in post processing and he made the evening very interesting.  As usual level of submitted pictures varied.  I put two of my own ones. One pic of Ange, my flatmate, and one that has been taken in October in St Davies cathedral.  Happily none of them have been rubbished.

Comment about first one was that the face is too still and it would improve a lot by engaging mouth a bit more. So be prepared Ange, I will practice on you pretty soon.

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Just recently I have participated in “Whats It Like” project, which intends to uncover the feelings about the home/ space and share the general feeling about it. I think that this is a good idea and very good way to show and explore places from around the world. My work is in the second volume. And If you fancy to check some other people stuff, the link is here:

http://www.whatsitlikeproject.com/

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Those little everyday beauties have been living in a sunny space just in front of my old home last summer. I absolutely adore sow thistles.

And here are some more, but later the same year. Hope that you like them too.

Later ones make me think about ‘The Virgin Suicide’. I can almost hear sweet innocent voices….

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