Monthly Archives: October 2012

Kai, Kai & Kai Again

Last Sunday Kai successfully completed the Royal Parks Half Marathon, the third in the series of challenges she set herself to raise money for the Royal National Lifeboat Institution and Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research. The previous two events were the … Read more

Tea For Two

The Mermaid Café is Jonny Hannah’s ideal music venue. You can call in for a coffee or a beer, or the house speciality carbolic milkshake, and share a table with Joni Mitchell whilst you listen to Woody Guthrie or Slim … Read more

Utopia

Christopher Corr sent us these photographs from America. They show a wonderful collection of mostly wooden vernacular buildings at the Hancock Shaker Village in Massachusetts. The Shakers began building a community here in the 1780s and continued up until the … Read more

Changing Faces

Joanne Hodgen has lots of fun painting her children. She loves to get them to make faces then captures them with lots of thick, gooey paint, the kind of stuff kids enjoy getting their hands stuck into. She just brought … Read more

New Paintings

David Hollington sent us this invitation to his friend’s exhibition:

Kai’s Next Challenge

On Sunday Kai is running the Royal Parks Foundation Half Marathon through Hyde Park, Kensington Gardens, St James’s Park and Green Park. This will be the culmination of her running & cycling events to raise money for charity. Here she … Read more

Printmaking In Granada

These are the first etchings I have done since printmaking at Edinburgh College of Art in 1984-88 where I did a lot of mixed media using silkscreen printing with etching. They are solar plate intaglio and relief etchings. It’s a … Read more

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