Diana Probst, Cambridge Artist

Non Art Work

Or, what I did on my holidays Over the end of last year I was very busy with a Christmas rush, and then it quietened down in January and February. Having nothing to write about art, I’ve decided to expand

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Non Art Work

Or, what I did on my holidays Over the end of last year I was very busy with a Christmas rush, and then it quietened down in January and February. Having nothing to write about art, I’ve decided to expand

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Double Dactyl

Not art in the sense I normally use. Here is a poem in a particularly difficult form – it seems silly. It is. Higgledy-Piggledy Processing Overload Lurks in your structure of Push, pause and pop. Semiconductor-based Systems are sensitive; Cleaning

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Double Dactyl

Not art in the sense I normally use. Here is a poem in a particularly difficult form – it seems silly. It is. Higgledy-Piggledy Processing Overload Lurks in your structure of Push, pause and pop. Semiconductor-based Systems are sensitive; Cleaning

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On Art and Ignorance II

In the last post I tried to answer one question raised by @davidallengreen in his blog post on Art and Art Exhibitions. Now, I tackle another, and what a humdinger it is. A quote from him: And in truth [an

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On Art and Ignorance II

In the last post I tried to answer one question raised by @davidallengreen in his blog post on Art and Art Exhibitions. Now, I tackle another, and what a humdinger it is. A quote from him: And in truth [an

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Studio Guests: Little Friend Susan 1

Over the past weeks I have spent several days in the company of teenaged artists, letting them play around with my equipment. I had a bright GCSE student who practiced in pencil, charcoal, ink, and paint, and then I had

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Studio Guests: Little Friend Susan 1

Over the past weeks I have spent several days in the company of teenaged artists, letting them play around with my equipment. I had a bright GCSE student who practiced in pencil, charcoal, ink, and paint, and then I had

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This week’s work

This week was hectic. I produced three screen prints in one day, for a total of seven layers of paint, including mixing, testing, remixing, and printing, and then the next day I had friends to stay over. My futon was

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This week’s work

This week was hectic. I produced three screen prints in one day, for a total of seven layers of paint, including mixing, testing, remixing, and printing, and then the next day I had friends to stay over. My futon was

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Self-Portrait in Oils, a roundup

21 days of painting 3 months of drying time 2 studios 2 supporting paintings 1 supporting drawing 2 pages of supporting sketches 1 hand copy of the groundwork £50 of materials 20 packets of Smarties 1 brother-in-law 15 yards of

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Self-Portrait in Oils, a roundup

21 days of painting 3 months of drying time 2 studios 2 supporting paintings 1 supporting drawing 2 pages of supporting sketches 1 hand copy of the groundwork £50 of materials 20 packets of Smarties 1 brother-in-law 15 yards of

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… and a vast Reluctance

What happens when a project drags on? How do you deal with it? Mr Earbrass, over to the left, is about to begin the revision of his novel. It is a major project and it is several months since he

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… and a vast Reluctance

What happens when a project drags on? How do you deal with it? Mr Earbrass, over to the left, is about to begin the revision of his novel. It is a major project and it is several months since he

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