Author Archives: itslcarter
My studio walls and sketchbooks have been camouflaged with references to the blue period, which defines a series of monochromatic paintings by Picasso. My GCSE Art class have been exploring this technique and applying it into a series of self … Continue reading
Since 2010 I’ve participated in the 5k Wirral Race for Life and today I participated in the 10K run in Sefton Park for the first time. Over 4,000 women participated in the race today and where motivated to race … Continue reading
The prospect of front row seats for an Alicia Keys performance at the arena was a great accomplishment. The arena capacity is 12,000 and I purchased the tickets long before my ‘synchronicity’, simply I thought what a perfect opportunity because … Continue reading
On 1st June, I attended a day time mini wrestling show in a night club Lancashire. I am passionate about wrestling and many British wrestlers who I frequently have seen live were performing. The show was followed by … Continue reading
Am I eager to conjure expectations of reactions from public? Do I enjoy the thrill of what I perceive as individuality? Can I see more temptation and emotion within a person who gives a minimal response? Do I like … Continue reading
L The gallery presents a collection of drawings articulated by Key Stage 3 pupils who I teach.
I Many journeys to follow…very soon