Monthly Archives: June 2013

The Old Masters re-interpreted 11

Welcome students. Do sit down. Today we will set the Art World back by a few hundred years by re-interpreting the work below. We were going to do it with malice aforethought, but malice doesn’t live here anymore, apparently – … Continue reading

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The Old Masters re-interpreted 10

Yet another onslaught in our campaign to keep the august artists of old revolving in their graves. Today’s effort depicts Cleopatra about to give voice to that evergreen hit by Ralph Rainger (lyrics by Leo Robin) popularised in the film … Continue reading

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An Old Master Re-interpreted 09

It is Wednesday again and time to galumph about the delicate and colourful garden of Art with our hobnailed boots – overturning the sensitivites of those fine, refined and erudite persons who know stuff about art, and reinterpreting the intentions … Continue reading

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A Quick Doughnut Recipe – A Taste Sensation – Tried & Tested

Lord Tennyson, said in his Locksley Hall poem, “In the Spring a young man’s fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love”. Saturday, 8th June 2013 in Port Elizabeth saw sinister grey clouds scudding in from an angry sea and a … Continue reading

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An Old Master Re-interpreted 08

My doesn’t time fly! But we’re here, slap in the middle of the week, and what better way to celebrate Wednesday than to take another disrespectful look at the efforts of the artists of yesteryear.

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