These pages will be where I talk about and explore art and art history, mine and others. Any articles or such I write will be going on this blog as well.
I’ve been collecting art manifesto as part of an assignment I did with the Open University for my Art History degree and will be putting them all on this blog.
My photographs will also be finding a home here, random images plus developing and realised projects.
Projects I’m working on or thinking about at the moment are:
Prayers of Steel
Another exploration of boundaries to our natural world, human imposed ‘ends’.
Dere Street or Deere Street is a modern designation of a Roman road which ran north from Eboracum (York), crossing Stanegate at Corbridge (Hadrian’s Wall was crossed at the Portgate, just to the north) and continuing beyond into what is now Scotland, later at least as far as the Antonine Wall. Portions of its route are still followed by modern roads, including the A1 (south of the River Tees) and the A68 north of Corbridge.