Monthly Archives: December 2014

December 23, 2014

The day of Martin Herbert’s funeral and celebration, which was held at Aberystwyth Crematorium: The crematorium is close enough to home for not even the most inclement weather to have prevented me from attending. (See December 12, 2014). The entrance recalls those of many small-town … Continue reading

December 22, 2014

8.45 am. After reviewing incoming emails, I processed Matt. 20.5. and began assembling the composition for Sindebt: The composition took three hours to complete, but without any significant hitches or (the stuff of my nightmares) the discovery of a major … Continue reading

December 20, 2014

9.30 am. Into town and to the Farmers’ Market and other purveyors to retrieve orders and stock for the Christmas weekend. Onto the paint shop to purchase a decent quality brush  (Hamilton, 1 1/2:) for priming, and ultra-fine grade ‘wet … Continue reading

December 18, 2014

9.00 am. A digestion (indigestion) and a rumination upon the published REF results. There is always a perceivable differential between one’s effort and attainment. For the School of Art to make a further improvement upon its score, there would need to … Continue reading

December 16, 2014

8.30 am. I reviewed draft of chapter section for a PhD Art History chapter before beginning Matt. 20.1 and sourcing supports for several of the print-based pieces. Then, onto A Wordless Gospel, a 33-part composit based upon the the entirety of … Continue reading

December 15, 2014

8.30 am. Emails sent, arrangements for the week rearranged and preparations made for this afternoon’s meetings. 9.00 am. A second cup of tea before re-engaging with Preaching = Painting. Mixing and matching within the restraints of a software palette that … Continue reading