Monthly Archives: February 2016

February 25, 2016

8.00 am. A thin week for morning emails. What a mercy. 8.40 pm. To School, and a day of second year painting tutorials, plus one lecture (plus all the unexpected bits in between). Like petals, cast upon the wind: Some principles and … Continue reading

February 24, 2016

8.00 am. A significant frost overnight had glazed the roads and rooftops in the neibourhood. Reflection … . 8.50 pm. Off to the Old College to teach third year painters:   Some principles and observations derived from today’s engagements: There’s … Continue reading

February 22, 2016

9.00 am. The habitual and the routine can be deadening. When they do, one must intervene. Tutorials planned and emails dispatched, I crept back into the sound studio to take up from where I’d left off on Saturday. This dairy/blog … Continue reading

February 19, 2016

9.00 am. In the sound studio, I pressed forward with section 7 of the composition. Following a review of this week’s efforts, I plundered my library of sound sources for material to support this and the penultimate section, which deals with the … Continue reading

February 18, 2016

8.45 am. On arrival: Second year painters and British Landscape were on the menu for the day. Either I’m uneasy or there’s a foul and unsettling ‘air’ abroad. 9.00 am. Tutorials commenced: Some principles and observations derived from today’s engagements: … Continue reading

February 17, 2016

9.00 am. The day began with third year fine art tutorials. All my tutees are working to the same scale. They’re the ‘postcard girls’. Preparations were underway for the second of our Visiting Days. Ms Kennedy was Commanding Officer on … Continue reading