Something a little more experimental in this offering. The colours and the blur are an attempt to capture the experience of running cross country in the autumn.
This face is from a 15th century brass memorial set in the aisle of the church at Sandon. She is elegantly beautiful and that elegance is achieved with so few lines – you can count the number of strokes. She brings to mind ancient eastern Mediterranean imagery. I would say that she reminds me ofContinue reading “Three local beauties”
Sprayed or daubed or scrawled, it’s in your face. But who is it for – the author or the viewer? And if it’s for the viewer, is it for every passerby or just the initiated? It’s there for all to see but is it for all to understand. It lingers until the paint fades butContinue reading “The writing’s on the wall”
There’s a new homepage on Walsworthblog entitled Closing time at the Horse and Groom.