Archive for: June, 2011

Uncategorized June 26, 2011

ANCIENT YET MODERN

Tomorrow we will run faster, stretch out our arms farther … And one fine morning — So we beat on, boats against the current, borne back ceaselessly into the past. F. Scott Fitzgerald  Tiresias, reputed to have been 300 years old, is the latest, and I hope the most advanced, in my studies of old age. The

Uncategorized June 19, 2011

AN ANTIDOTE TO LONDON BRIDGE TUNNEL VISION

Coco and Antigone have ended, the heady cocktail of 60s Broadway musical and ancient Greek tragedy, but Life and Art continue, and, having last week graduated from the iPhone to the iPad’s slightly larger virtual canvas, I present here my very first iPad painting – in the making as it were.

Uncategorized June 12, 2011

AU REVOIR COCO

Sunday night again and no chance of a blog worthy of the name, though, walking up to Pret a Manger at The Angel this morning in light drizzle from the Coco warm-up at Sadler’s Wells, I had all manner of ideas in my head. It is such a novelty to feel positive and content

Uncategorized June 7, 2011

LATE CONNECTIONS

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