Monthly Archives: July 2012

Middle Class Sketchbook – National Trust

Let’s all have a day out! So we went to Herstmonceaux Science Centre instead which was brill. Ten points. Batemans will be reviewed at a later date. Advertisements

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Today’s sketchbook- Eye Acting

Today I had a casting at which I was required to dress as an ordinary business woman and I struggled to find normal clothes in my wardrobe. I doodled for the entire journey because my battery on my phone was … Continue reading

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Selbys Pharmacy, Uckfield

Context. Today I was in Uckfield for the first in a series of Edinburgh Festival double bills I’ve programmed at The Picturehouse in Uckfield. (more details in the photo at the bottom of this post) The Nitty Gritty. I love … Continue reading

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Diary of my holidays 2012

Holidays mean I have more time for drawing. Here are some of my sketchbook diary pages. The second night of our honeymoon (in Arundel). Four nights in Amsterdam, a review in chart, graph and list form. Our departure day in … Continue reading

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My unphotogenic lunch

I’m so excited about having a blog, I’ve photographed my lunch. Please accept my apologies. Hopefully the novelty will wear off and my posts will become more inspiring, we’ll see. It’s homemade mushroom soup (from a Rose Elliot recipe) and … Continue reading

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Melaware cups

They have these cups in the V&A. (That isn’t why I love them but I was pleased. I find the Fifties space age design and range of colours rather cheering). These are part of a much larger collection which started … Continue reading

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