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‘Emporium of Rad’ and other sightings

‘Chevron and On’ and more on etsy

Housekeeping.  Urgh.  The very thought and sound and saying of that word makes me want to a) groan from boredom and b) procrastinate and do something more interesting.

When it comes to my own housekeeping, the web-presence sort, it makes me want to a) groan from boredom and b) procrastinate and do something more interesting like go and walk my dog in the park or make jam or make coffee or faff around on the internet.  Unfortunately, my on-line street cred (which there isn’t much of) isn’t going to improve unless I align all my little bloggings and website and shops.

My first step in the direction of hoping to seem less directionless, I have updated my etsy site, Emporium of Rad, with my latest giclee print offerings.  Please give it a visit and a wave or a ‘Like’ at EmporiumofRad.  Most of the prints are of the power station variety.  I  can’t help myself.  I just love the hard lines and bold colours and if I could while away my days making all these funny little big power stations, I would.  Unfortunately, power stations only pay part of my bills and alas, I do have to carry on with other work.  There aren’t any originals on that site as I tend to whisk them away to the shops upon completion.  Speaking of shops, I think there are a few of you awaiting new arrivals at Curiouser and Curiouser.  Sorry for the delay.  I’ve been busy teaching kids about the Fauves.

Other things I have done to on-line housekeep:  Updated my website here.  Look at the shiny new teal skyline.  Ooooh.  Ahhh.  Ok.  You’ve seen it before.  Moving along…

There is of course the recent update to my blog.  I’ve added a CV page and taken down the Urban Outfitters and Hula exhibition pages as they are both over.  Selah and big sigh.  Those were such a lot of fun.  I will soon add a new page that will be chalk full of information about an upcoming exhibition featuring Mr Jimmy Steel and Ms Cassandra Harrison.

So, as I try to look busy here in my art studio corner, I am being spoiled by oatcakes topped with butter and the bramble jelly boyfriend and cooked up last weekend.  Hm.  Perhaps there are perks to this housekeeping on-line.  I’ll continue to pretend to look busy whilst I scroll around on Asos looking for a swooshy skirt to go with my charity shop bought jacket.


I am an artist living and working in a rather gorgeous city. My art can be purchased in various shops throughout the city as well as from my online shop. Most of my work is for commission, private and corporate. I am the founder of Crash Course in Art History Limited.

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