Fake News Is Killing Minds

I have finished ‘Fake News Is Killing Minds’, but until today have not been able to take photographs.

If you are new to this project, you can find an explanation here.

Links to the various news items can be found, here.

All of my work is numbered, this piece is 817.

Storm Doris Is Finished

I have finished ‘Storm Doris Is Coming’, which was started on February 1st, 2017. It’ll be a while before I tackle another month’s-worth of news. (Will be posting ‘Fake News Is Killing Minds’, shortly, if you were wondering what happened to it).

If you are new to this project, you can find an explanation here.

Links to the various news items can be found, here.

It is listed in my shop, and I am now going to have a cup of tea.

 

Storm Doris Is Coming At Some Point

 

I have completed the 28 days of February (2017), I just need to add the first day of March and the last day of January.

If you are new to this project, you can find an explanation here.

Links to the various news items can be found, here.

 

Storm Doris Is Still Coming

 

Eighteen Squares done, twelve to go.

If you are new to this project, you can find an explanation here.

Links to the various news items can be found, here.

All of my work is individually numbered, this piece is 816.

Storm Doris Is Coming

Just started assembling ‘Storm Doris Is Coming’, my second ‘February News’ piece. So much easier this time, as I’m sewing onto fabric rather than thick card.

My friend, Cathy, gave me the fabric quite a long time ago.

Four Squares done, twenty-six to go.

All of my work is individually numbered, this piece is 816.

If you are new to this project, you can find an explanation here.

Links to the various news items can be found, here.

I am aware that I haven’t posted a picture of ‘Fake News Is Killing Minds’ in its finished state, but London has been rather dark and I have been unable to take a decent photograph.

Storm Doris Is Coming And Fake News Is Killing Minds, 4

Below are days 13 to 16 of my February ‘news’ work, which I have explained in more detail here.

And yep, I’ve just noticed that 14 and 15 are pretty much the same thing. I’m undecided as to how I’m going to remedy this. Or not.

The first 4 days can be seen here, days 5 to 8 here, and days 9 to 12 here.

You can see more relaxed updates on Instagram.

Links to the various news stories are at the end of the post.

Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler by Pablo Picasso, 1910. Art Institute of Chicago, gift of Mrs Gilbert W. Chapman in memory of Charles B. Goodspeed. Taken from ‘What’s On’ (Sept-Nov 2016) NPG, London.

 

What’s Happening at.. St Martin-in-the-Fields, Sept-Dec 2016.

Flock of Sheep Approaching Through A Blizzard of Snow by Joseph Farquharson.
Taken from ‘What’s On’ March-Oct 2016. Royal Collection Trust.

 

Taken from ‘What’s On’ at the Wellcome Collection, Sept-Nov 2016.
Bedlam: The Asylum And Beyond

 

Flaming June by Frederic Leighton, 1895. Museo de Arte de Ponce. The Luis A. Ferré Foundation, Inc. (detail).
Leighton House Museum leaflet.

Church   Drone Taxis   George Cohen     Tyrant’s playboy brother murdered    Facelifts    Racism

Storm Doris Is Coming and Fake News Is Killing Minds, 2

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Here is the second post, recording days five to eight, of my February ‘news’ pieces.

You can see an explanation, of sorts, and the first four days here.

Links to the various news items are at the end of this post.

You can also see more spontaneous updates on my Instagram feed.

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Taken from the back of a Guildhall School Events leaflet, Sept-Dec 2016.

Taken from the back of a Guildhall School Events leaflet, Sept-Dec 2016.

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Taken from a National Gallery What's On leaflet, Autumn 2016. Image details on top photograph.

Taken from a National Gallery What’s On leaflet, Autumn 2016. Image details on top photograph.

 

Bronze Ku. Cicada motif. British Museum. Taken from Chinese Art by Finlay Mackenzie. Spring Art Books, 1968.

Bronze Ku. Cicada motif. British Museum. Taken from Chinese Art by Finlay Mackenzie. Spring Art Books, 1968.

 

Section of a handscroll landscape entitled 'Nan Yu', ink on paper by T'ang Yin (1479-1523), Ming Dynasty. Taken from Chinese Art by Finlay Mackenzie. Spring Art Books, 1968.

Section of a handscroll landscape entitled ‘Nan Yu’, ink on paper by T’ang Yin (1479-1523), Ming Dynasty. Taken from Chinese Art by Finlay Mackenzie. Spring Art Books, 1968.

 

Kuan ware. Sung Dynasty. British Museum. Taken from Chinese Art by Finlay Mackenzie. Spring Art Books, 1968.

Kuan ware. Sung Dynasty. British Museum. Taken from Chinese Art by Finlay Mackenzie. Spring Art Books, 1968.

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