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Category Archives: Primrose Hill
Hooray – Draw It! books available from June 12th. Draw It! workshop at Primrose Hill Community Library next week, and in September I’m nipping over to the Netherlands – the ABC bookshops in Amsterdam and the Hague are featuring Draw … Continue reading
Looking forward to Draw It! workshop on the 28th May, and big excitement yesterday. Dust from Dr. Who’s Tardis arrived (via, erm, Cardiff’s BBC studios) in an Encyclopedia Gallifreya bottle. Another fascinating addition to my Dust Museum. And official date … Continue reading
Mr Punch, never shy of a bit of publicity, appeared with his companion Leslie Press in this week’s Camden New Journal.
A wonderful exhibition launch! With cakes! Much help from MW with organisation, and Lisa Hauck’s Hair Salon, former home of Leslie the Punch and Judy man in the 1930s, was a perfect venue. Emerald‘s design expertise and Sabine’s medicinal (ahem) … Continue reading
Much activity at the SK Studios (aka small table in back room of very small apartment) getting ready for the Meeting Mr Punch teaparty launch on sunday 9th September (3 days away in fact – yikes!) at 148 Gloucester Avenue, … Continue reading
Some years ago whilst rummaging in a kitchen drawer in my mother’s house I discovered some studio portraits of her, covered in torn layers of tissue, amongst piles of unpaid bills. One of the photographs had brown stains on it, another … Continue reading
Yesterday walked across a burgeoning Regents Park from Primrose Hill to Baker Street to have a cup of tea with JS, Dean of Degrees at an Oxford college. Continue reading
Started my early morning skipping regime again.