I think I do this automatically, I can’t help myself, but I need someone to say hay yes this is reflective writing. What’s the difference between critical thinking and reflective writing? Is reflective writing about what your critical mind has been thinking about? I do this all day, every day and its exhausting. I’m exhaustedContinue reading “Reflective Writing”
This Monday I decided was the day I would take some of my unused canvas’s into the college. I found a pretty cool spot in the corner facing the sunshine, so I’m very happy indeed, things may move and change and that’s okay too. I can imagine myself working there which is most important. TheContinue reading “Moving in”
Before I Before I start to write about where I am going with my MA, I would like to explain my big challenges. University was fun and exciting and relatively easy compared to what was to come next for me. I was in my prime, about to be married, about to have a baby, graduatingContinue reading “Big Challenges”
Reflecting on my art classes during my school days is problematic. Its a hot topic to write about bullying in school because it is a major problem and it was for me at the time. In my ‘O’ Level art class at school I had my paintings up upon the wall, probably in the corridorContinue reading “Time to put things aside”
Writing about art and how it has influenced my life, I can go as far back as being age 9 and winning a competition at school for the best landscape watercolour painting of Malham Tarn whilst on a school field trip. I still have this painting as I found it whilst looking for information IContinue reading “A story to tell”
This is not easy! If something is not going right I take it that it’s me that’s doing it wrong. That’s how I’ve probably been brought up to think everything is my fault and it’s therefore my responsibility to make it right. That’s not a good way to think all the time and I’m onlyContinue reading “First date with a blog”
Be yourself; Everyone else is already taken. — Oscar Wilde. Discussing my issues, methods and practices along the way to discovering what kind of artist I am.
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