The goblet's contents may have the answer to her enigmatic smile and her right hand the inner tensions.
Sunday, August 10, 2014
Tuesday, June 24, 2014
This little chap turns out to be a Puffin, dressed for work, the breeding season is over so he has adapted a less flamboyant dress code. We were quite surprised to see him or her on their own off the coast of Devon. I had been photographing a pod of Common Dolphins engaged in fish ing on a beautiful mid summers day.
Tuesday, May 06, 2014
Yesterday we saw a pod of Killer Whales (orca) off the Devon Coast, they were in a hurry and took little notice of us as we sailed by. They had an amazing presence which I felt quite in awe of. Powerful wild animals forging past us no more than 20 yards away and the camera was down below in the cabin. Another magic moment at sea I shall never forget.
Thursday, January 02, 2014
Tuesday, December 03, 2013
A very Happy Christmas and New Year to all my e friends.
This little oil sketch features my father and his two older siblings. Where this picture is and who owns I do not know. There are wood cut versions too but this one does not look as if it has been finished; painted by my grandfather Harry R Mileham FRSA about a hundred years ago to the day! My aunt can be seen dropping a silver sixpence in and my uncle about to taste a bit of the raw mixture!
Friday, November 29, 2013
Thursday, September 05, 2013
So? No prizes for guessing where I have been!
My host knew exactly what I was talking about and so we visited her enfamillie the next day. Here is the Pub’s spin on her http://www.youngandjacksons.com.au/downloads/chloe_history.pdf
I think I read the true account of her very sad story which seems to have been erased from the internet so I will have to look elsewhere and get back to you.
Jules Joseph Lefebvre 1836-1911
Oil on canvas – 260 x 139cm, 1875.
“Complete works” see: http://www.jules-joseph-lefebvre.org/
Study on Art Renewal site here: http://www.artrenewal.org/pages/artist.php?artistid=188&page=4
Saturday, June 29, 2013
Paul has been staying with us and showing me how easy it is to sculpt in marble! I only had a small piece which he has quickly turned into a seal, amazing. Paul lives and works in Berlin in Germany, sculpting in a whole variety of stone and other materials. I look forward to posting some of his work here in the future when he sends me some photos.
Wednesday, May 29, 2013
Tuesday, April 30, 2013
A larger than normal land slip is reported to have split my favourite beach in half. These things happen quite often but this is bigger than usual reminding us to tread carefully but the sea will mop it up in a jiffy! See here before:
Thursday, January 10, 2013
No prizes for guessing where I got to the other day.
Zeus at the
five Museums in three days!
Just wonderful "Biscuit or Parian ware"
Recognise the pose, yep that awful one!
|hands, hands, hands|
and feet too
I really found this moving, believable, perhaps as I have been to sea recently!
Couldn't resist this one picture!
These chaps from Dijon on loan were a lucky find, just amazing!
Optional fig leaf!
Another Leda and the swan for you Chris!
So much to see difficult to target it all' but here are some of the best.
on my way home with some pictures of Pan too!