I’ve been having SO many baths. I think it is because I’m missing human contact and wrapping myself up in warm water makes me feel safer.
Sorry mine is from Saturday…I ate some old cream cheese (silly) and got a mild, initially mistaken for an unfair hangover, food poisoning….relieved it wasn’t CV19 but still it battered me and left me in pain. It took away the delight that was getting me through this – food preparation and eating. Don’t take any chances with food, just because you can’t go to the shops…I was more fragile than I thought….
Barter system in full swing in Plymouth. Side to Side with Brian in Chicago
Cycling round on my own exploring my new town. You can come round a corner and discover delights like this. These hills are getting me fit.
My favourite flowers. I picked them…I needed them.
Made a video of a performance piece for an online presentation for Plymouth College of Art. I’m doing an MA in Fine Art and it’s on ‘The Complexity of Identity’. I’m expanding the field of self portrait. This was the aftermath….
My newly done fireplace with blackened concrete as the hearth. Side to Side with ‘stay at home’ Brian in Chicago. Love you buddy.
My first oil painting. And a self portrait. In my bathroom. At ‘stay at home’ time 2020.
Plymouth, Devon is a town on a number of hills and a variety of different architectures. As I cycle round I am frequently presented with another stunning view….
I’ve been collecting these palettes for weeks, finding one, chaining it up, asking a friend with a car for help to get it home…and now I have my new mattress and it is all in place ready for ‘stay at home’ time.
Last day before art school closed
I decided that if art school’s going to close I better make a canvas to work on at home. Bicycle for scale. Side to Side with Brian’s sculpture.
A brilliant talk by artist Keith Harrison Side to Side with Brian’s work
I blew myself a whisky glass….Side to Side with Brian’s sculpture
Lampworking Intro Side to Side with Brian road tripping across ‘merica