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8th October
I have completed five 1m x 1m paintings and a series of six 20cm x 20 cm paintings, each one pushing my work into a new direction. For example, I began one using charcoal or by making a gesture marks on the canvas, these new elements would be incorporated into the world of painting I already knew. By starting a piece with something unknown created a lot of problems and often brought the works in the wrong direction. I found this very rewarding and it gave me time to reflect on what direction I was going in. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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05/10/06

Explore the possibility of returning to drawings done in charcoal and varnish. These are based on skulls (goats, rabbits) and myth-like figures.

 

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