Posts Tagged: Tales

Romeo & Juliet ~ An adaptation

During the month of November every year, I attend out of love and duty, what I feel is one of the finest fringe theatre festivals in the UK. As a staunch supporter of local arts, I have always tried to

Romeo & Juliet ~ An adaptation

During the month of November every year, I attend out of love and duty, what I feel is one of the finest fringe theatre festivals in the UK. As a staunch supporter of local arts, I have always tried to

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Illustrating for Children

I was recently commissioned to produce 40 illustrations for a children’s publication. An anthology of short stories and poetry. It was one of the most challenging projects I’ve worked on. Trying to visually capture the essence of the poetry/short stories

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Illustrating for Children

I was recently commissioned to produce 40 illustrations for a children’s publication. An anthology of short stories and poetry. It was one of the most challenging projects I’ve worked on. Trying to visually capture the essence of the poetry/short stories

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The Taj

Its been almost a month since I last blogged. That is unhealthy. I’ve been swamped with commissioned work. This is one them ­čÖé My client wanted something which captured the sublime beauty of the Taj and its surrounding structures. This

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The Taj

Its been almost a month since I last blogged. That is unhealthy. I’ve been swamped with commissioned work. This is one them ­čÖé My client wanted something which captured the sublime beauty of the Taj and its surrounding structures. This

Tales of the Moth & Rabbit

Today I would like to share the work of one of my favourite textile artists. He likes to go by the name of Mister Finch and is, in my opinion, one of the most talented and exciting textiles artists around.

Tales of the Moth & Rabbit

Today I would like to share the work of one of my favourite textile artists. He likes to go by the name of Mister Finch and is, in my opinion, one of the most talented and exciting textiles artists around.

The Break

I wrote a short story a few years ago… ┬ámaybe you can call it a poem, I’m not sure. But here it is. It was inspired by a painting ~ ┬áLeonid Pasternak: At The Window: Autumn 1913 (see below). She

The Break

I wrote a short story a few years ago… ┬ámaybe you can call it a poem, I’m not sure. But here it is. It was inspired by a painting ~ ┬áLeonid Pasternak: At The Window: Autumn 1913 (see below). She