to keep looking…

on eARTh

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‘‘Art does not reproduce the visible but makes visible’’ Paul Klee

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as hours and days seemingly while away with baby,

new places and faces continue to appear

offering potential for the creative life we live

and I continue to see this wonderful world through eyes made bright by art’s rich spectre…

summer rain, hillsborough drinking fountain, ilfracombe (video stills © p ward 2014)summer rain, hillsborough drinking fountain, ilfracombe (video stills © p ward 2014)

‘legless lizard’; domestic cricket, ilfracombe (© p ward 2014)‘legless lizard’; domestic cricket, ilfracombe (© p ward 2014)

window casualty, spotted flycatcher(?), ilfracombe (© p ward 2014)window casualty, spotted flycatcher(?), ilfracombe (© p ward 2014)

making a home, ilfracombe (© p ward 2014)making a home, ilfracombe (© p ward 2014)

past work 2012, woodlane campus, falmouth (© p ward 2014)past work 2012, woodlane campus, falmouth (© p ward 2014)

simple drawings, hele (© p ward 2014)simple drawings, hele (© p ward 2014)

echoes of times past I – laston green and the waverly – ilfracombe (© p ward 2014)echoes of times past I – laston green and the waverly – ilfracombe (© p ward 2014)

echoes of times past II, ilfracombe (© p ward 2014)echoes of times past II, ilfracombe (© p ward 2014)

herring gulls:public enemy number 1!, ilfracombe (© p ward 2014)herring gulls/public enemy number 1!, ilfracombe (© p ward 2014)

holdstone hill, combe martin (© p ward 2014)holdstone down, combe martin (© p ward 2014)

working quay, ilfracombe (© p ward 2014)working quay, ilfracombe (© p ward 2014)

repetitive form, hele bay and ilfracombe (© p ward 2014)repetitive form, hele bay and ilfracombe (© p ward 2014)

eARTh, workshop space, ilfracombe (© f owen and p ward 2014)eARTh, workshop space, ilfracombe (© f owen and p ward 2014)

new work – saw dust, eARTh, ilfracombe (© p ward 2014)new work – saw dust, eARTh, ilfracombe (© p ward 2014)

in order to further explore and share this rich and ever evolving dynamic expression of divine being my partner francesca and i are opening a new workshop (eARTh) near our home in ilfracombe, north devon, where we shall be making new work to enrich and celebrate our place amongst it all…

watch this space!

© p ward 2014

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One Comment on “to keep looking…”

  1. Looking forward to watching how all those involved with this great space evolve with it!


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