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Bert Green made it to the studio for a very pleasant afternoon – the first time I’ve seen him in far too long. Last time I saw him I had short hair! He enjoyed seeing “As the Crow Flies” and … Continue reading

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As the Crow Flies ix

I have the big golden Crow panel back in the studio, and I’m excited about doing more work to it. For a long time now I’ve imagined a swarm of crows all over a large wall, and I think perhaps … Continue reading

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Bombers xii

I went to Camarillo to pick up the sculptures from the gallery and put them into the studio so Bert can see them alongside the paintings. As I think I have already said, I intend to start introducing images from … Continue reading

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Crucifixion population

1. Distillery Collective painter Gary Palmer is the guy on the left with his hand on the dread-locked woman (his sister Tracey). 2.Gallery owner Bert Green is the bald, goateed guy who looks very pleased with himself with an axe on his shoulder standing before … Continue reading

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