Monthly Archives: November 2014

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10 x 10 Auction in The Shard

Paul Cox has taken part in a “London Drawing Day” arranged by 10 x 10 in association with the architectural and engineering charity currently raising funds to  help people in the developing world. The results of that day which produced … Continue reading

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More stock in progress

Gordon Crabb has been working on a new collection of stock images so come back in a week or so to see girls from the 1940’s, Edwardian girls and some from the Victorian era. In the mean time keep looking … Continue reading

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Ian Miller’s latest drawings

Ian has produced a set of coloured drawings on the theme of Gormenghast and they also make me think of some of the work he did for the Tolkein books. I saw them yesterday and found them superbly evocative. Perhaps … Continue reading

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A blind auction of children’s drawings

In association with her exhibition last week, Olivia Lomenech Gill asked local school children in Northumberland to produce drawings to commemorate the beginning of the Great War. With their work (and their agreement) she’s now organising a silent auction to … Continue reading

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Juggling Hats and Harry

Jim Kay’s partner, Lou Clark, makes the most beautiful hats. How she manages to do this at the same time as helping Jim out with Harry Potter I don’t quite know. But there are more here, should you be looking … Continue reading

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Reviews for The Dark Shepherd

There’s now a good collection of reviews for Fred Gambino’s book.  Quite rightly, it has received a lot of praise.  Susan Omand from The Cult Den sums it up nicely with this . . . “It is the art, the … Continue reading

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Beyond the Horizon – the film

Beyond the Horizon is a new a 34-minute film where John Harris discusses his approach to his science fiction work. It’s highly watchable and almost mesmeric. He talks with great ease about his work, partly because he’s so confident on … Continue reading

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