Detail. ‘That river is as aged as dark port’.

Bliss: Glasgow in Sunshine.

For the past two day we, in Glasgow have had warmth and sunshine. It’s been utter bliss. 

Since I’ve been here I’ve made a small garden from bits and pieces from Poundland. It’s 1.5×1.0 m by 6 inches deep. 

I’ve had flowers from April and a good crop of strawberries. The star of the patio has been the poppies called Shirley’s doubles. The petal have stayed on despite the torrents of rain and wind! God Bless them.


Self Portrait

Taken with the help of the admin office at the Tontine building, Glasgow school of art temporary home after the fire.

 

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Grad Degree show prep

http://www.gsa.ac.uk/life/gsa-events/events/g/graduate-degree-show-2016/?source=future

Heaven

  

3 mins of RDP 2014

A division of three parts, reflecting aspect of cotemporary art research; ‘Water’ talks of the difficulty of trusting the process in making and Stravinsky’s mephitic myth, that is, the selling of owns soul for material benefit; ‘Thing’ discusses Capitalism; ‘Colour’ observations fetish Objects, dereliction and cadmium red.

<p><a href=”http://vimeo.com/118802675″>3mins Clip of RDP 2014</a> from <a href=”http://vimeo.com/user9957899″>Claire de Mortimer</a> on <a href=”https://vimeo.com”>Vimeo</a>.</p>

L’objet re trouvé III

These paintings, I hope, will be rolled up somewhere. Probally in a corner.

I’ve not seen these for three or so years. They didn’t do well in that years Uni assessments. But I love the energy and authenticity they contain, with whispers to the many that contiune to inspire. Bless am I.