The Seagram Murals – Mark Rothko

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The Seagram Murals – Mark Rothko The Seagram Murals. This is the inaugural post of what I hope will be a fascinating series. A series that could last as long as I do! Nobody better to start it off than Mark Rothko. No better works to discuss then, than the Seagram…

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Was it really 63 years ago?

Lest I forget…

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Happy Birthday Maestro

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Lest I forget…   Untitled – Mark Rothko – Google Arts & Culture One of the central figures of the New York School, Mark Rothko emphatically rejected the reading of his work in merely formal, aesthetic terms.  artsandculture.google.com  

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The (Not so) Wonderful World of LHS III

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Welcome to the Wonderful World of LHS After an appalling start to 2020 and the passing of my beloved mother, I decided to take a fresh view on the world. My Dad wasn’t in too good a shape and could no longer look after himself properly, so I decided to…

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Rare Thoughts from LHS

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Whilst reading a biography of Arshille Gorky, I came across this quote about him by Peggy Osbourne: “He was a solitary and single human being. He was never meant to belong to a crowd. He needed the crowd for his own confirmation. He was a noble human being with noble…

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Transmogrification for Beginners #1 – October 2017

Transmogrification for Beginners #1 A playful little number this, not really sure what I’m trying to say or what it actually means, but it remains one of my favourites that’s for sure.

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Teetering in the Sane Zone – May 2017

Teetering in the Sane Zone For Emma. Not sure this works entirely, I find it a bit too dark, but as it was for someone special, I thought I’d include it.

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LHS NoNuPle – April 2017

LHS NoNuPle A quirky experiment, possibly looking at ways of venturing into Photoshop and a slightly different medium. 9 Shots of my eye after Warhol – bit obvious, but fun!

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Idle in the Twilight – March 2017

Idle in the Twilight Following on from “The Change”, this seems to be the way the work is progressing now. I’m trying to capture a more ephemeral feeling. Light and airy.

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The Unattainable Limit – November 2016

The Unattainable Limit I’m rather partial to this one, and haven’t used green very often. I think I need to revisit this as a colour as it soothes me when I look at it. What do you think is the significance of the darker line? It seems to creep into…

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Kitty leftover in the Rain – November 2016

Kitty Left Over in the Rain When chatting with an old pal, she mentioned that she could see her cat outside eating leftovers in the rain. How sad I thought. So I created this.

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The Red Mist – November 2016

The Red Mist Sometimes it descends on all of us, inspired by watching “The Incredible Shrinking Man” – I don’t really know why but around this time, some of my paintings gravitate towards using the colour red and its variants.

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