Art Diary: Week Ending 17th May

 

11/05/2014

A day devoted to the family; although I did sneak in a bit of painting on the computer from late afternoon and some (but not all) of my blogging in the evening.

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12/05/2014

I expect this to be a rather disrupted week – although probably not as disrupted as today turned out as I spent the whole time in the garden, getting no creative work done at all.

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13/05/2014

I planned to work in the garden in the morning and write in the afternoon. As it turned out I did the gardening but never managed the writing (or even digital art)

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14/05/2014

Another disrupted day. I had watering and odd jobs to do in the morning and masses of writing to catch up on in the afternoon. Blogging in the evening.

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15/05/2014

I did a few jobs in the garden (mainly moving plants between greenhouses) but most of the day was devoted to painting on the computers.  It was good to get some creative work done at last!

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16/05/2014

I was out in the morning. I drew, painted and edited photographs on the computer once I got home. Only a little gardening pushed in here and there.

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17/05/2014

Apart from a quick trip to town I spent most of my time in the garden and greenhouses; mainly the latter. No art and no writing.  What a week!

 

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About Gerald Shepherd

Gerald Shepherd is a painter, graphic artist, sculptor, digital/multimedia artist, photographer, writer, curator and arts administrator. He has also been involved with science art, performance art, conceptual art, installations and environments (as well as peripheral creative pursuits such as garden design).
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