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February 2008

Undone

Posted by Mike Fenton on 26 February 2008 at 14:14 in Art

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acrylic on canvas painting, 80 x 100 cms, 2008

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Disengage

Posted by Mike Fenton on 26 February 2008 at 14:13 in Art

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acrylic on canvas painting, 80 x 100 cms, 2007

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Waking Day

Posted by Annette Rolston on 26 February 2008 at 14:01 in Art

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A collaboration between artist Annette Rolston and poet Lisa D'Onofrio, available as a greetings card.

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Tunnel into Eternity

Posted by Annette Rolston on 26 February 2008 at 13:59 in Art

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A collaboration between artist Annette Rolston and poet Tim Lenton, available as a greetings card.

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Haibun for Baby

Posted by Annette Rolston on 26 February 2008 at 13:54 in Art

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A collaboration between artist Annette Rolstona and poet Lisa D'Onofrio, available as a greetings card.

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Pear Tree

Posted by Annette Rolston on 26 February 2008 at 13:52 in Art

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A collaboration between artist Annette Rolston and writer Caroline Gilfillan, available as a greetings card.

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Tree Woman

Posted by Annette Rolston on 26 February 2008 at 13:50 in Art

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A collaboration between artist Annette Rolston and poet Tim Lenton, available as a greetings card.

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Tree of Life

Posted by Annette Rolston on 26 February 2008 at 13:48 in Art

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A collaboration between artist Annette Rolston and poet Tim Lenton, and is available as a greetings card.

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Absent

Posted by Mike Fenton on 26 February 2008 at 13:22 in Art

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acrylic on canvas 80 x 100 cms 2007

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New print process at Paston

Posted by Tim Lenton on 18 February 2008 at 17:15 in Journal

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Annette Rolston and Mike Fenton drying off some prints using a hair dryer View image

The Paston Project got into full swing at the weekend (Feb 16-18) with photo intaglio-type print workshops run at The Barn, Dayspring - home of Lucy Care, the project organiser. InPrint member Annette Rolston is a key member of the arts team on the project, and she was helping to run these opening workshops with expert Sarah Godfrey. The workshops were run for other artists, some from the immediate area but others from much further afield, and produced an amazing variety of work using an exciting new process that was new to all of them.

InPrint members Joan Murray and Mike Fenton were also involved, and Tim Lenton joined the group on the Monday afternoon. The workshops were being professionally filmed as part of the project.

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Appetite for poetry

Posted by Tim Lenton on 18 February 2008 at 11:43 in Journal

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Tim Lenton and Rupert Mallin joined forces again last week in Colchester, where they did a well-received joint reading as part of an evening in aid of Lepra, the leprosy relief agency. This was in Appetite, a cafe on Church Walk which has a growing reputation for entertainment. Music was a big feature of the evening, put on my Jason McLean.

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Rupert steps down

Posted by Tim Lenton on 6 February 2008 at 17:29 in Journal

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Rupert Mallin, who has been the driving force of the group since its inception five years ago, has decided to step down from InPrint to pursue his own work. He will retain close links to the group and will be working with us on occasion. He is already committed to one of the Paston Project workshops, in which InPrint has a key role.

Rupert is a very talented performance poet who is also a visual artist. His enthusiasm, hard work and friendship have been strong motivators for the group in the work that has been done, especially connected with the poetry vending machine, where he produced some exceptional boxes with Tonia Jillings, who is also stepping down. They will be missed.

InPrint, however, goes on. We are now a looser collaborative group with much the same aims and looking forward to creating unique work together. At present our concentration is on the Paston Project, which launched on February 2 with a Latin Compline at Paston Church and some memorable mulled wine and food. Quite a striking experience in a remote, candlelit church. Date for your diaries is the Open Day on March 22.

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