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Ed brought in a lovely ‘traditional’ still life. A little like Mma Ramotswe in the McCall novels, it was big and bold? The twist was that he also provided images of Samuel Peploe’s striking works. (A little way to go ! )

Still-life-with-blue-vase-a

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Still life at 10A today – decided to do a composite with the crab and scallop……

 

Crustacea

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This time I thought I’d include the guitar – we’ve painted Samantha before – this time she brought the guitar but didn’t play it!

Lady-with-a-guitar

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The orchid festival is over but the Dale Chihuly glass works at Kew next month will be keenly awaited.

orchids

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A trip to see the Bonnard at the Tate taking in a walk along the river front. An unseasonably warm day…..

Sketch of St Paul's

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It’s a formal park with a small zoo, a popular cafe and two ponds. The lower pond is probably less visited but is an attractive wooded space.

Golder's Hill Pond

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A curved mid nineteenth Century street with pastel coloured listed houses. It’s one of the prettiest rows in Kentish Town.

kelly-street

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