The brilliant Amy visited us and ended up cooking delicious pizza and spanish omelettes for us. It was wonderful to meet her and hear all about her poetry and ideas. Thanks Amy!Read More When Amy visited
The Cambridgeshire Film Consortium’s latest group of filmmakers are mid-way through shooting their short fiction film and documentary. Keep your eye out for the screening of the films, and sign up for other filmmaking courses here!Read More Cambridgeshire Film Consortium: Shooting Day.
Two or three years ago we drove through grey-slated Wales to Cambridge. We found a goat looking suitably into the middle distance; Jon considered the virtues of a career move into modelling, and there was a lot of laughing.Read More Goat at the pub.
Last week we walked across town to Ridgeons to get some hardboard for Francesca who is a painter. It was our old route to school through back roads and alley-ways. Back in the day we would carry loaded bags full of books and heavy portfolios. Once we hid library books in some bushes on the way home […]Read More Boards, books and bushes.
This review was published with The London Magazine this month. At risk of pointing out the obvious, it should be said before anything else, that J. M. W. Turner was always popular. Turner had many commissions and was championed by John Ruskin who damned half of The Royal Academy’s output as ‘ordinary tinsel and trash’ next […]Read More Review: Late Turner: Painting Set Free