Possibly named for something that was on the radio at the time of creation. Otherwise no idea why this picture is called this.
Just playing around with textures and shades of brown, stamps leaves, etc.
This German phrase means ‘Remember That’. I know I’m lifting this out of its sheet music context but the singing fish might have lots to draw our attention to recall.
Based on my photo of a dead cormorant on a Cornish beach, there is also a war – news article layered in the piece. Life and Death are never far away.
I don’t know the people in the photo – discarded as they were in a bin in an antique shop, but as the shard of text says they are a direct line from when life began in the oceans so many millennia ago.
Factory fishing and whaling references.
The Ridgeway was a favourite walking spot one beautiful fall.
The fun thing about taking titled from scraps of paper is that you have no idea what they are referring to. Just what was highly valued?
This piece inspired a narrative poem that I now use in a puppet theatre production. The haunting and beautiful shadow puppet play explores the wonder of the deep-sea environment. “For more men have walked on the moon to date than have walked on the ocean floor”.
I enjoy the bizarre creativity of Surrealism – this piece is a reference to the line “beautiful as the chance meeting on a dissecting table of a sewing machine and an umbrella” (Isidore Ducasse, 1860’s)
Penguin hanging in mid air. Why not?
And the Cow jumped over the Moon!
As transitory as the life of the butterfly it features, this piece with no archival qualities will not last. I enjoy this metaphorical irony.
a complicated irregular network of passages or paths in which it is difficult to find one’s way; a maze.“a labyrinth of passages and secret chambers”
A little fish probably involved in my than she can handle…
This large piece reminds me of Leonardo’s sketches – a clutter of anatomy, machines and ideas – some of my favourite things. The ‘answer’ is my accidental usage of the number 42 – known to Douglas Adams fans.