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London designer Virginia White launches her first collection of furniture inspired by a chance encounter: on a sailing vacation a few summers ago, she came acrosss the Villa Kerylos, an early 20th century Greek Revival Villa…. Photographs by Lucinda Douglas-Menzies … Continue reading
Inspired by the full moon on August 31 I photographed this view of the church spire in the moonlight from from the window of our apartment, printed it on ink jet paper, hand painted it with watercolour paint and pasted … Continue reading
My portraits of the poet and playwright Bernard Kops and his wife Erika appeared in Spitalfields Life on May 27th 2012 http://spitalfieldslife.com/2012/05/27/bernard-kops-writer/
My portrait of Virginia White at home with her whippet Moss is featured in an article in Remodelista on 26.04.12 Living with Art: The Thrill of the Hunt by Christine http://remodelista.com/posts/living-with-art-the-thrill-of-the-hunt
I had the pleasure of taking a photograph the other day of this beautiful Jocelyn Burton mirrored stand festooned with gold leaf water lilies before it was dispatched to it’s lucky owner.
As I passed past The Duke of Uke shop in Cheshire Street today I saw the blue Hawaiian Douglas-Menzies Ukulele Case standing in the window. There are two concert size cases left for sale price £55 plus postage.
This month I have been photographing some more medals for Cleave and Company, Court Jewellers and Medalists www.cleave.com
Here is a new portrait I took last week of the talented interior designer Virginia White. www.white-interiors.co.uk
Five portraits of Ronald Blythe, Maggi Hambling, Brian Keeble, Lord Soper and Freddy Fox are currently being exhibited in The Open Road bookshop, Stoke by Nayland, Suffolk during January 2012. The prints are vintage 16×20 exhibition prints on hand printed … Continue reading