Saturday, September 11, 2004

Well, the Crowsteps exhibition opening at Blairlogie attracted a good turn out of people including one of the leading "movers and shakers" in the art world , my former Head of Dep. at Glasgow School of Art, David David is the original pioneer of environmental art and the following interview with him is worth reading. .
He made some favourable comments about my video "Matriarch" which deals with three generations of women's hands.

Thursday, September 09, 2004

Keeping a blog is bad for your health!
Well, according to psychologists at a conference in Edinburgh yesterday they said that keeping a diary of traumatic events and re-reading them could be bad for your mental health.
But what if you don't have traumatic events to record and you don't re-read your entries every few days? Well, that was not covered . This research strikes me as positively weak, full of loopholes.
See The Herald for full

Wednesday, September 08, 2004

Have been helping Lys Hansen with setting up the Crowsteps exhibition this week in Blairlogie. See her website:

Sunday, September 05, 2004

Fiona Ross, an artist friend, has just come back from Edinburgh where she delivered some work to the Solo gallery in Dundas St. She's taking part in a group exhibition opening on Friday Sept. 10th.
She specialises in the Fife coast and her paintings of fishing villages are cheerful and colourful, not surprisingly they sell