Month: March 2015

Pour la Petite Bourgeoisie Ou experience de pensée #6

Pour la Petite Bourgeoisie Ou experience de pensée #6 Your hands are soft you haven’t touched the land the land remained untouched as your hands were still soft no spade. Your hands were soft because you hadn’t touched the land she told me your hands were soft soft they were indeed and the land untouched […]

Alexandre Bouvy’s @ La Cambre Mode and Portrait de Ann, avec la talentueuse Lara Cauvain au maquillage

Alexandre Bouvy’s @ La Cambre Mode and Portrait de Ann, avec la talentueuse Lara Cauvain au maquillage Lucile Dizier, Alexandre Bouvy’s @ La Cambre Mode     Lucile Dizier, Portrait de Ann, avec la talentueuse Lara Cauvain au maquillage       Lucile Dizier is a French photographer, living now in Belgium, near Brussels. She studied photography […]

Beginnings – 01/01/2015

Beginnings – 01/01/2015 I begin. Pen to paper though I’m not sure what to write. I’ve spent many an hour thinking about the “artistic process”. And yet I wonder if I have one. There’s usually an idea. Something that has affected some effect, But other times I’ve resorted to just scribbling a mess. But it […]

11 Minutes

Photo taken using Google Earth by Jessica Schouela.   11 Minutes Two men, both dressed in well-tailored suits investigate an open escape pod, they peer through the open hatchway like two predators sizing up a kill. There is an uneasy silence between them, until one of the men notices a shape in darkness. “What’s that?” […]

symphony hall, hellebore, symposia

Heather Lowe, Landscape, drawing (2009)     symphony hall I The Christus of Guadalajara cannot wake nor sleep. The angels hover above Him to catch His fluttering speech. Tennessee Williams the allurements of a hall of mirrors transparently real on a mission of love to the Congo for Dutch chocolates and crisps in a packet birds peck at […]

Evergreen

  Evergreen Angela snapped the camper door shut behind her as fast as she could. For a moment, she stood stock still and listened to the wind as it whistled around the trailer with the sound of a wounded animal. It was colder than a well digger’s ass out there and Angela was pretty sure […]

A Plurality of Worlds

Lotte Beatrix is a London based illustrator and printmaker. She graduated from Kingston University in 2011 with a first class BA Hons in Illustration. She has recently been working on editorial illustrations for food magazines and a poetry book by Gillian Clarke for children and adults about a Christmas Wren. As well as a practicing […]