Monthly Archives: March 2017

Over Exposed

We enjoyed a day in Portsmouth yesterday – although Karen got a little over exposed Advertisements

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Dad’s legacy

Today wasn’t the best day to be booked into Wellington Barracks and the Guards Museum. It was only the day after the terrorist atrocity at the Palace of Westminster and so much of the area was prohibited to cars and … Continue reading

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The Expanded City

Artists are invited to submit to exhibit on the subject of The Expanded City.  This is a group exhibition curated by Goldsmiths Visual Cultures Society and the UAL Curation Society. This exhibition aims to explore the ways that life in … Continue reading

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Dying, and dying with excitement

Recently I’ve been suffering with eye infections, colds and the dreaded return of bleeding and so I have felt low and rotten. Karen has not been well either. But in the midst of this we have been progressing with the … Continue reading

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Things to come….

A nice flat found in Old Portsmouth. Flat seen, flat liked, offer made, offer accepted. (I won’t jeopardise the deal by showing it yet. That will have to wait for us to exchange contracts). So my immediate future seems to … Continue reading

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