Diana Probst, Cambridge Artist

Pint of Science – a collaboration with scientists

The Pint of Science festival has just ended in Cambridge, with the Creative Reactions art show. Artists responded to the work of the Doctors, Professors, and researchers who were showing their work to the public, in an informal pub atmosphere.

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Pint of Science – a collaboration with scientists

The Pint of Science festival has just ended in Cambridge, with the Creative Reactions art show. Artists responded to the work of the Doctors, Professors, and researchers who were showing their work to the public, in an informal pub atmosphere.

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Art, Talent and Practice

I have several art-related heros. Those who could paint really well, and did, tend to make it onto my list. However, those are particularly artists, and I’m going to talk about something slightly different. I’m going to talk about creating

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Art, Talent and Practice

I have several art-related heros. Those who could paint really well, and did, tend to make it onto my list. However, those are particularly artists, and I’m going to talk about something slightly different. I’m going to talk about creating

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Signing my Work

I was asked an implied question on Twitter recently. (@dianaprobst – give it a whirl.) It was suggested that I sign my Angry Reindeer cards, and I am unsure about signing unlimited editions. I will explain why here. Each card

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Signing my Work

I was asked an implied question on Twitter recently. (@dianaprobst – give it a whirl.) It was suggested that I sign my Angry Reindeer cards, and I am unsure about signing unlimited editions. I will explain why here. Each card

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On Art and Ignorance IIII

To some, I will be flogging a dead horse. Some time back, @davidallengreen posted an article on Art and Exhibitions from which I took several points. I agreed with a large part of what he was saying, but it was

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On Art and Ignorance IIII

To some, I will be flogging a dead horse. Some time back, @davidallengreen posted an article on Art and Exhibitions from which I took several points. I agreed with a large part of what he was saying, but it was

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On Art and Ignorance III

A thing has occurred to me very late at night, regarding the post by Jack of Kent on Art and Exhibitions I should mention at this point that I agree with large lumps of what Mr Caent, really @davidallengreen says.

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On Art and Ignorance III

A thing has occurred to me very late at night, regarding the post by Jack of Kent on Art and Exhibitions I should mention at this point that I agree with large lumps of what Mr Caent, really @davidallengreen says.

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On Art and Ignorance: intermission

I pause here to consider that modernists and traditionalists arguing over the use of the word ‘art’ is a bit like feline tug of war. No matter who wins, the cat loses.

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On Art and Ignorance: intermission

I pause here to consider that modernists and traditionalists arguing over the use of the word ‘art’ is a bit like feline tug of war. No matter who wins, the cat loses.

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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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