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Tag Archives: colour
9th August 2013 – procession
Heralding the end of a week of festivities – a joyful snake of light, colour, dance and song.
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21st July 2013 – painting party
Friends happily wield paintbrushes in return for drinks and cake. They transform our half-done spaces into wonderlands of colour and changed light.
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29th June 2013 – bubble
It floats delicately away from over-excited children. Each colour it passes is contained within its barely visible sphere. Dark green hedge, pale blue sky and white, bubbling clouds.
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6th March 2013 – early morning
The sun hangs in the sky like a perfect orange torch-beam. Wispy clouds surround her, theatre curtains revealing her newborn fragility. The world seems bleached of colour beneath her, its early Spring colours waiting for her touch.
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2nd March 2013 – dusk
The sky is filled with a soup of colour. Cream, orange, pink, purple, blue, white – all are present in this sharpening light. Silhouettes of trees and houses seem carved into it, one dimensional. Yet they strike the eye so … Continue reading
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24th January 2013 – flood plain
A wasteland of water, mud, ice and frozen snow, like the trenches in winter. Yet out of this horror rise firework trees, rocketing upwards, the ginger tinge on their branches promising a burst of colour in the Spring.
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16th January 2013 – the artist
Two rows of coloured pencils on the table at her side, she stares intently at her work, deepening the colour with a few assured strokes. She builds the picture slowly, each movement as precise and fluid as a dancer’s.
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6th January 2013 – jogger
A bobbing figure jogs along the pavement, a bright colour splash in a sea of grey. A day-glo pink jacket flaps around her, a sensible precaution on a busy road. But the thing that really shines is the matching bobble … Continue reading
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