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Apr 15, 2024
Recent works in progress. Related Shelby Brothers Oil on Paper Oil Studies of Elders Small Gouache People
I’ve been giving Logseq a really good go since the beginning of the year. I love the way it works actually but the thing that has made me return to Obsidian is VIM. Logseq lacks decent vim motions and all of those indented bullet points are not all that useful if you want to access your markdown elsewhere. I recently discovered the project obsidian.nvim and it really bridges a gap for me.
Navigators Art are inviting submissions from visual artists based in York for our forthcoming exhibition between 10th March and 6th April 2024. GUNA is a version of the ancient Greek word for ‘woman’ and the show forms part of the city’s International Women’s Week activities. York Collective Navigators Art & Performance will accept submissions from visual artists based in York for our forthcoming exhibition at the City Screen Picturehouse gallery between 10th March and 6th April 2024.
Small studies painted with 90% watercolour and a little white Gouache. The white Gouache just helps for a few opaques and highlights and you can veer away from the more traditional watercolour technique of leaving your white highlights as untouched paper. Trying to get back into the flow of regular daily painting and watercolour is very easy to just pick up and dive right into. I have oil paintings on the go but it takes a little bit more cognitive load and resistance to get into that process.
Continuing on from our last sell-out show.. The Basement Sessions returns.. LIVE, LOCAL AND LOUD! Navigators Art and Performance presents a very special lineup of local performers selected for their spirit of experimentality and community - and of course for being excellent! Starring: THE NEW SOLAR DRONES - adventurous indie band with a prog edge and inventive percussion DANAE - a welcome return by this spellbinding poet and actor from Mexico via York
Watched Pet Sematary 1989 again recently and was quite struck by the face of Judd Crandall aka Fred Gwynne aka Herman Munster. Those Zelda scenes still creep me out. Quite often I need a bit of escapism from this crazy old techno future we find ourselves in and a slightly crappy 80’s/90’s movie seems to hit just the right spot. I’m working with oils at the moment and this horrific thing keeps happening whereby I think something’s starting to look pretty decent so I take a photo.
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