Monthly Archives: December 2014

Update on copying

I have just had an email from the artist who had posted copies of my paintings. As suspected, they did not understand the consequences of what they did. So hopefully this is resolved. It has really made me think about … Continue reading

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When does being influenced turn into plagiarism?

Imagine my surprise when surfing for some images, I came across a painting of a toucan which looking spookily like one I had painted a while back. A few clicks later I was on a website on the other side … Continue reading

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Boxing hares step-by-step

Last night I went and did a session with the West Wycombe art group – what a nice bunch of people! So today I was itching to paint and as I had a commission for boxing hares hanging over me, … Continue reading

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A breath of fresh air

Coinciding with my father’s 80th birthday celebrations (see previous post) was the opening of my two-artist exhibition at Henley Studios in Henley on Thames. Birthday won out and I went off to celebrate, leaving the lovely Sarah Pye to do … Continue reading

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Bicycle birthday cake

My father was 80 on Sunday, so we had a big family gathering and for a big gathering you need a big cake! My dad raced as a younger man, so a bicycle was the only way to go. Happy … Continue reading

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