Category Archives: art classes

Backwards and forwards in true, poetic rhythm

Looking back I realise that 2011 was the year I became a poet. I’d been writing poetry for years before, but 2011 was the year I began to believe. Now, if asked, it is what I say I am – … Continue reading

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This and that

There are some weeks where there is just no flow and this is one of them. Lots of little ends to tie up and no major project to keep me fully engaged. Having sent of the collection of poems to … Continue reading

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Bodies in perspective – if only!

Not another diet diatribe, (though one is definitely required), but art… Tuesday is the day I go to a portrait class – not that I am an artist, I just dabble, and it helps me to observe, which in turn … Continue reading

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