Fama finished

Here’s the finished  piece, shot from the front. Today I sold my red haired mermaid painting to Jean Amador, a well known Southern California architect designing environmentally friendly buildings, making use of clever lighting and spatial arrangements to cool them without wasting power.   I’ll miss my maiden, but she’ll be in a good home with people…

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Stonehenge

After a five hour drive we arrived in Salisbury, where we were privileged to be able to spend dawn within the stones at the greatest of megalithic monuments. It’s hard to describe how this felt, as the last time I was among the stones was at the 1984 festival, when I followed the druid procession…

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Bones of my ancestors

Here, resting in the British Museum, lie the remains of an ancient Briton. This fellow was placed in a crouched position with a beaker marked with the impression of a piece of cord.  The people who made the great stone circles were the same as contemporary humans: equally intelligent, just as worried for the futures of…

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