Tag Archives: sculptures

WHAT A SIGHT!

I’m wondering if my back gate could be designated an Area of Outstanding Unnatural and Terrific Interest … …. or even a World Heretic Sight? The comments as people fled from my Coastal Currents Open Studio this year would indicate that it could. Are grants available and who do you have to bribe?

IS IT THE ART OR THE LAVATORY?

Using my super power of peripheral vision I noticed that many visitors to my Open Studios didn’t do as they were told. They missed out on this. I wasn’t surprised but I must admit to some disappointment. Ho hum

THE DIE IS CAST

My work is done. Everything is in place for my Open Studio exhibition ‘Thru the Keyhole’ and I’m ready to throw open the side gate. The responsibility is now firmly in the eyes and minds of any visitors. I shall, of course, be there to make cups of tea and coffee and hand round the […]

IT WON’T BE LONG NOW

The Coastal Currents Arts Festival 2015 will be kicking off shortly. The brochure is very shiny and very exciting. Hastings and it’s environs will be awash with all things arty. Click HERE to download the brochure. In the meantime the key to my personal success will rely heavily on trying to expand my taste away […]

OPEN STUDIOS 2015

Later this year, September I believe, I’ll be throwing open my side passage so that peeps can gawp at my doings and wonder. A typical conversation from the last time I participated in this annual vibrant Coastal Currents cultural event ran along these lines. “Why do you bother?” “Everest.” “The double glazing company?” “No, the […]

Memorial for Frog

Frog is floating towards whatever counts as heaven in his world and serves as a reminder that dogs are, in the most part, good eggs. Sculpture made for Tiggz in memory of his dog, Frog. Any resemblance to Damien Hirst’s “ The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living” is purely coincidental. […]

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 […]

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 […]