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Heralding the end of a week of festivities – a joyful snake of light, colour, dance and song.
Friends happily wield paintbrushes in return for drinks and cake. They transform our half-done spaces into wonderlands of colour and changed light.
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.
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.
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
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.
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.