Here we are, day 3 and we open tomorrow.
Tuesday, 31 January 2012
Monday, 30 January 2012
The balance of Sunday, through until noodle soup in one of the modest hotel outlets, was spent trying to turn dull presentations into communication of brilliance. Time flew and so to bed.
Sunday, 29 January 2012
Here for a week. Conference facilitation. Airbus 340-600 touched down 0230 am. Hotel and in bed by 3am.
Thursday, 26 January 2012
This new series comprises lunchtime drawings recent, and little older completed within a five-minute walk from 24 Percy Street just off the Tottenham Court Road.
Featured: Fitzroy Square - Fitzroy Square was a speculative development (nothing new here then!) intended to provide London residences for aristocratic families, and was built in four stages. Leases for the eastern and southern sides, designed by Robert Adam, were granted in 1792
Sunday, 22 January 2012
Seen on the ride
On the last couple of Saturdays I have been denied the company of cycling chum Chris so, in absentia, I have still ventured forth, shortening the route to allow me to pull up and do a drawing at place that pleases.
On both mornings the sun has been out and the air quite crisp with leaves crunching under foot. Oh that Jack Frost is still about!
Wednesday, 4 January 2012
If lino cutting was your least favourite class room activity at school this may not be for you.
January 1st, on the day this blog reached its 2nd birthday I was cycling with Judge Ricardo.