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Sean Scully

I post one of his periodically because I love them, to provide a thread and keep the block conceptually intact, and to provoke OId Stokie into making his remarks about his Mam’s old rug. Montserrat

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Not a Sean Scully

Fabric chessboard.

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More ‘Art inspired by the fence panels of Bentilee’ for Old Stokie

If Bentilee was really like that I would keep a pied-à-terre in the suburb. I know the girls round there are spectacular, from this ‘Miss Maxims’ a mate of mine once went out with. Twenty points for anyone who can … Continue reading

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Old Stokie’s favourite patchwork rugs

Am off to London tomorrow to do stuff, will make time to see this wildly well reviewed show.

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More Sean Scully

Q: At what point does something become beautiful? Does it only occur when “true art” emerges or is it simply an effect of creation, the process of creation? Scully: I think it is very difficult to decide, to quantify what … Continue reading

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Sean Scully

It’s art school final degree show season. I haven’t been down to the Norwich School of Art yet, where I was once a student. It is soon to be snappily retitled the Norwich University College of the Arts, since it … Continue reading

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