"Invite boredom"

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in the moment
between palette and canvas
this summer grass

Paul Conneally

Photo: John Singer Sargent working en plein air

'What's in Your Shed?' - Paul Conneally 2014

10 Wordsearch Portraits from the series of 16 made for the Snibston Discovery Museum exhibition / show What’s in Your Shed?

Core Shed by g8

Created by artists g8, Core Shed is currently installed at Snibston Discovery Museum as part of the current show ‘What’s in Your Shed?’

Core Shed is made from storage boxes which contained geological cores that came from local mining surveys around NW Leicestershire. 

Visit, see it change and add your own ideas to the Core Shed.

Core Shed by g8

Created by artists g8, Core Shed is currently installed at Snibston Discovery Museum as part of the current show ‘What’s in Your Shed?’

Core Shed is made from storage boxes which contained geological cores that came from local mining surveys around NW Leicestershire.

Visit, see it change and add your own ideas to the Core Shed.

And She Walks - Paul Conneally 2014
http://skinafterskin.blogspot.co.uk/2014/08/and-she-walks.html

And She Walks - Paul Conneally 2014

http://skinafterskin.blogspot.co.uk/2014/08/and-she-walks.html

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channel ferry
we capture four seats
and head for the bar

Paul Conneally

Read the haibun here:
http://skinafterskin.blogspot.co.uk/2014/08/on-leaving-calais.html

'Cross Ferry Channel' - Paul Conneally 2014

Rafael Navarro Involución #7 1976
Full Series: http://rafaelnavarro.es/en/involucin-1976

Rafael Navarro Involución #7 1976
Full Series: http://rafaelnavarro.es/en/involucin-1976

Kiosque Offenbach, Les Arcs sur Argens, France

The term Kiosque or in English, Kiosk, is an interesting one and throws up images and memories of ticket booths and ice-cream huts. Small semi-permanent looking sheds which are open on one side for the purpose of selling goods or giving information, that’s what kiosks are for the most part to me.

This kiosk, the Kiosque Offenbach in Les Arcs sur Argens in France, is more like the kiosks that the word’s Turkish origin, köşk, describes, a building in a garden or park with a roof but with open sides, a little more like what we might call a large gazebo perhaps. Kiosque Offenbach reminds me more of a park bandstand than anything else and of course that’s what it is. The clue is in its name, Le Kiosque Offenbach, named after the composer of the Can Can, Jaques Offenbach.

Kiosque Offenbach, Les Arcs sur Argens, France

The term Kiosque or in English, Kiosk, is an interesting one and throws up images and memories of ticket booths and ice-cream huts. Small semi-permanent looking sheds which are open on one side for the purpose of selling goods or giving information, that’s what kiosks are for the most part to me.

This kiosk, the Kiosque Offenbach in Les Arcs sur Argens in France, is more like the kiosks that the word’s Turkish origin, köşk, describes, a building in a garden or park with a roof but with open sides, a little more like what we might call a large gazebo perhaps. Kiosque Offenbach reminds me more of a park bandstand than anything else and of course that’s what it is. The clue is in its name, Le Kiosque Offenbach, named after the composer of the Can Can, Jaques Offenbach.

Julião Sarmento at #MAMAC Nice France

Julião Sarmento at #MAMAC Nice France

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gone fishing
Dad explains about floats
him and mum

Paul Conneally
http://t.co/8Zouu4rBkn

I want you - Julião Sarmento

I want you - Julião Sarmento

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cinema
a stranger’s hand
on my thigh

Paul Conneally
http://t.co/RgUpcF8DAW

Seven French Shopfronts
Paul Conneally
Vidauban 2014

alone again
for the first time in years
the final chapter

Paul Conneally

alone again
for the first time in years
the final chapter

Paul Conneally