The painting changed my mind, my paintings often ‘speak’ to me. I wasn’t going to show this painting again until it was completed.
Az ‘tiz, there have been so many changes and will be so many more since it was last shown, it begs to be given more airtime so ‘eertiz.
A new marine painting, 75 x 100 cms (29.5″ x 39″), Oils, available.
Tell this to unimaginative #Plymouth CC who recently lost a major race to Sable d’Olonne ~ “Clipper yacht race reveals £7.5M boost for Liverpool economy”. http://www.marineindustrynews.co.uk/clipper-yacht-race-rev…/ #Mayflower400 story so far, bah bah bah.
A great moment to enjoy and profit from, Tracy Edwards, Helen Lucus and Nicola Rodregeuz, speaking soon, 30 th November, at the Lecture Hall, The Close, Salisbury Museum. Tickets £30 from email@example.com or phone 07921 800533 The painting chosen for this poster is the dramatic, famous, “Ice Maiden”, a powerful inspiration in particular for women, … Read more
Yesterday went well, better than expected.
I drove to Baud, a small town well inland as Breton towns go, about an hour and a half from here to attend an event, a sort of ‘market’, pre Christmas Fair, organised by Angloinfo so most of the people there were Brits. many British live in France.
Back in 2002 when I first found myself single, I thought I might turn my back on the sea, start afresh. The Sea made sure it was not to be.
It happened again today, as I walked in a rather good group started to sing “Fiddler’s Green”, a favourite of mine, maybe you know it?
“I have Urgent Dispatches” in the news again, Pickle Night tomorrow night so it is doubly a pleasure to announce this new book, published in German, ‘Signals at Sea’, “Signale der Seefahrt” a high quality beautifully presented, lavishly illustrated published production by author Detlef Hechtel and Oceanum Verlag, ISBN 978-3-86927-423-2
Even if your German is as mine, rudimentary, I still recommend you have a look at this book if only because it has such an International feel and such care has been taken over the illustrations.
Wot, no rigging on Racehorse?
As we, HMS Racehorse, author Peter Goodwin and I get neared completing, changes become progressively more refined, smaller and more subtle, harder to notice, yet people have very powerful intuition so sense what is not right.
There remains much to be done, completion or at least the delicate 97 % stage does now look in sight. You can follow this rare new yarn via “HMS Racehorse“.