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I could buy myself paper, a pen, a pencil and a brush and could create pictures whenever and wherever I wanted. … That evening, in the spring of 1947, on the embankment of the Seine in Paris, at the age of thirty, I saw that it was possible to live and work in the world, and that I could participate in the exchange of ideas that was taking place all around, bound to no country.

Peter Weiss, Vanishing Point (1962)

 

watercolour in sketchbook, a3, 2012

thank you to independent dance for letting me sit in on a improv class: http://www.independentdance.co.uk/ led by nick parkin.

 

the watercolour is home made.

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