Tag Archives: sculptures

WHY ON EARTH DOES A DUCK NEED AN UMBRELLA?

Oh, now I understand … I think.
*scratches head and ponders*
Pondering is a GOOD thing BTW.

THE FAIRLIGHT EYE

This iconic landmark which has stood in Fairlight for almost an hour and a half now, is one of the main reasons the village is considered to be a “have to, must do” tourist destination.
The London Eye has copied this design and I wish them every success in trying to be as popular as this [...]

EVERYTHING YOU EVER WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT STICKS

My continuing efforts to inform and educate are not halted because I’m in Surfugal.
There is no particular wrong and right end of a stick to get hold of. In very basic terms it depends on whether you want to poke someone in the eye or club them over the head. This particular stick has [...]

I MISS MY SHED

The Open Studios ‘thang’ finishes this weekend. In many ways I’ll be pleased as I’ll get my shed back.

It has never been so tidy and organised. I’m looking forward to messy pottering again. In the meantime I shall pretend to be very neat and efficient to the visitors that will no doubt be flocking to [...]

BACK TO MY ROOTS

Not long to go now. Here is a piccy of my very latest piece. If you want to see what it’s all about you’ll have to pop into the Cliff Top Residence during the next two weekends.*

The population in and around Hastings is a diverse one. Arty fartists, culture vultures, the bucket-and-spade brigade, occupants of [...]

FOR THOSE WHO MISSED MY VERY PRIVATE VIEW

Oh goody, the first review is in and it’s extremely positive.

(As I can’t find my gingernuts this morning it appears that Fred is the one who took the biscuits)
Full details of Coastal Currents 2013  HERE

GAINING MY FACULTIES

I have been seeing the way my presentation for the Coastal Currents Open Studio event has developed as a sort of museum but I’ve now realised that it’s grown into the basis for forming a university. ‘The Daddy Papersurfer University’ really does have a ring to it with the gravitas it is so desperately [...]

OPEN STUDIOS 2013 – MISSION STATEMENT

The Open …

… experience I’m trying to create requires people to get their …

… and I’m also trying to help …

… see the true path of adaptability. I’m even supplying some footprints to follow.
Full details of Coastal Currents to be found here. Page 65 is particularly interesting.
What’s for tea?

SEAGULLS ARE STUPID

Photo by Ken Hall.
Painted gull is wooed by real gull. They’re not that bright. The front garden is getting a tad crowded.

THE TROUBLE IS …

… once you go ‘old school’ it starts taking over the shed and nicks your seat.

That is one BIG crow. I’m putting him in charge of keeping an eye on my Open Studio efforts at the end of September.