Monthly Archives: March 2012

This evening’s painting so far.

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On the easel tonight.

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I must stop writing and do some painting instead.

I must stop writing and do some painting instead. Continue reading

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Everyone should read this book

Everyone should read this. Just the appendix is a wealth of information and links to sites. Become aware and share this page.

“Psyclone is a novel with a difference. Its function is to connect people with information that is being kept from them. It achieves this not only through the novel itself, which is packed with little-known, suppressed, and censored information, but also through an 85-page appendix that provides the reader with all the research and data sources used by the author.

A dedicated website serves as an additional appendix and hosts streaming video content from a variety of radical and contemporary filmmakers and journalists.Two associated blogs, the Centre of the Psyclone blog and the Spiral ladder, output real-time to keep up to date with developments around the world.

The information in Psyclone can be grouped into Problems and Solutions. There are various groups and individuals out there who are doing an excellent job of raising awareness about the various problems we face. Knowing how things got to the state they’re in, the players in the game and their strategies is essential. Psyclone doesn’t stop there though and presents scientifically tried and tested technology and techniques, and leading-edge thinking that have the potential to stimulate a radical shift individually, sociopolitically and globally, and ‘quantum-jump’ an evolutionary advancement throughout the human race.

Psyclone is participatory. Being a spectator is no longer an option with a future. The future is in our hands.”

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Art critics or curators – who would like to write about my work?

Calling all those art critics, curators and bloggers in the blogsphere who write about art.  Can you help? Would you like to write about me? I am trying to write a new artists statement / biography and finding it difficult. … Continue reading

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Hidden Stories

They’re only sketches but I did them for HOUSE Open as part of Artists Open Houses in Brighton in May. The theme is ‘Hidden Stories’ so I started studying some old, fading photographs of my grandparents.

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Opening Horizon by Jacqueline Hammond – SOLD

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The Seascape Painting Has Been Presented and Delivered.

It was a lovely, intimate gathering at the gallery yesterday. Close friends and family of the client’s came to witness the presentation of the painting and to mark the day with a sense of occasion. The piece was commissioned by … Continue reading

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Seascape Commission Handover and Exhibition – TODAY!

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