Monthly Archives: October 2010

Is Drawing a Language?(OK UK file)

I was uniquely directed to the consideration of this question as posed by Tracey: a UK drawing site and it is with this  also  a previous expression of interest in my blog by the British  Isles Minority Languages Project  that brings me to summarize here the article for Tracey that assimilates all the basic points [...]

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English Garden In Thailand

This is a tribute to Carpaccio’s “Ambassadors” series of paintings which are on the them of counselors arriving by ship to make their cases as delvivered king to king or as Celine put it “Castle to Castle”. I am kind of like James Castle: drawing is my reality: arts diplomacy however exists for me in [...]

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Canals of Mars Past Halls of Hades

Expression and expressionism have various branches and tributaries ranging from expressing nature to self expression, to  assimilating into cultural patterns of a broad matrix. There is also a kind of shadow to self expression in the idea of exile, such as one finds in Dante and Duchamp for example. Drawing carries the introduction to and [...]

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Carving Past The Moderns Today

The identity of  the carving process in art to forming a “blaze” , or a structural reveal, of establishing a material moment was used in Modern art at a moment and not much revisited except perhaps by Ursuala Von Rydingsvaard, or Martin Puryear but I personally thing there is a lot of potential for this [...]

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What Have You For The Arts Sake Age?

Carving as curving: I am interested in the carved house on a landscape bridge because it is a siglia, ie it symbolises the drawing itself… The drawing form are Asian carpentry forms of a logbuilding ancestry. In the Japanese house the delicate refinement into moveable paper wall support structures followed the evolution of wood to [...]

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