Category: ShingleStreet_Suffolk

  • Stanley Donwood

  • Daido Moriyama

  • Chris Ware

    Chris Ware has been an important influence on the way I look at issues of image, text and narrative, and the possibilities of non-linear approaches. Edited from Wikipedia Franklin Christenson “Chris” Ware (born December 28, 1967), is an American cartoonist. His works explore themes of social isolation, emotional torment and depression. He tends to use a […]

  • Anna Boghiguian

    This is the first major UK exhibition devoted to Anna Boghiguian (born 1946, Cairo, Egypt). First organised by Castello di Rivoli Museo d’Arte Contemporanea, it brings together notebooks, drawings, paintings, photographs, sculptures and large-scale installations, including a new work made for Tate St Ives. Books have been central to Boghiguian’s work since the 1980s, from […]

  • Louise Bourgeois

    Google images for Louise Bourgeois drypoints See MoMA catalogue of Bourgeois drypoints Google images for Louise Bourgeois self-portraits Louise Bourgeois was the main source of inspiration for my series of abstract self-portraits: Assignment 4:  Life in Red White Black Life and sources of inspiration Louise Bourgeois was born in Paris in 1911. Her parents  ran […]

  • Shingle Street Back Notes

    Shingle Street is a small coastal hamlet in Suffolk, England, at the mouth of Orford Ness, situated between Orford and Bawdsey. Part of the coast is also known as Hollesley Bay. Fishing A community of fishing families and river pilots for the River Ore was established in the early 19th Century. Defence The four Martello towers south of Shingle Street were built in 1808-1809. […]

  • Suffolk Coast Notes

    The Suffolk Coast and Heaths on the edge of the North Sea are an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The county flower is the oxlip. Despite its beauty, the area and local people face a number of key issues: Coastal erosion see geology and environment Unemployment, unequal land ownership and low incomes in fishing industry and agiculture Tourism, right […]