I arrived early after dropping Steve at the station and walking Olive from twilight to daylight at St.Clements. I had planned to drop the painting onto the floor again and spray it with thinned down paint. So, I covered the floor with black plastic that had the double benefit of creating a dark background for photographs. Spraying didn't go too well as the device kept clogging so I emptied the paint into a jug and found a branch of pine needles that I had picked up in a woodland to use for decorating the surface of clay. I used this to flick the paint onto the surface of the painting where some of the pine-needles fell onto the canvas with the paint.
October 15th, 2016
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I am interested in things and processes that are often overlooked or spurned as irrelevant. In 2006 I began working an allotment in Derbyshire that became my field for research and working the ground has been important ever since.