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My Beechwood Park mural and some trompe l'oeil ai shenanigans
As of 12.43pm today I can confirm that I'm not dead.
My shiny blue version of a rose chafer beetle for the Canal & River trust (they're actually green)
I've had a great few days painting this for. Action For Children at Beechwood Park.
Here's a symmetry portrait I painted of Bowie, spun around and glamorously mangled with #kaiber
Messing around with #Mirrorlab and #kaiber to make Mr Dali even weirder.
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“Cynefin” is a Welsh term defined by Curriculum for Wales as ‘the place where we feel we belong, where the people and landscape around us are familiar, and the sights and sounds are reassuringly recognisable.’ You can read more about it here I was asked by Greening Maindee to decorate a grubby transformer box outside […]
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