I’ve been enjoying a lazy Sunday lie in whilst deciding whether or not I should visit Greenwich Market in London, it’s cold out there!
I grew up in Greenwich and always enjoyed visiting the arts, crafts and antiques market on a Sunday, it became a ritual amongst my friends to meet there for Sunday lunch and take a walk in the park, happy days!
I still have some pieces of art and antiques that I collected at that time!
Last night I continued working on my self portrait, it’s almost finished now..
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Hello!! It has been so long since I’ve been here I think I’ve almost forgotten how to paint!! Gulp!! not really :P
I have been soooo busy, earlier in the year I started a new hobby business that was so time consuming and energy sapping that I literally collapsed internally and had to rest for a few months.
Luckily that business is now up and running as a B2B venture, as only just this weekend I finalised some of the PR and Marketing aspects of its core user outreach.
Unfortunately I also decided to start a new project at the same time! lol (this always happens) so I will be no less busy during the up coming months :/
I tried and failed to move.. again!! lets hope I have more success in the spring, its just a matter of deciding where to move to as I don’t really want to leave London but may have to :(
I’m still making things though and more importantly going to see new things! You can follow my adventures on my instagram account here https://www.instagram.com/joanneseale/
And before I go here is a watercolour painting I made a few months ago featuring an illustration I saw in a shop window on Regent Street.. I do so love Regent Street lol
Bye for now!!
Hello all! I hope you are well?
I have mostly been looking for new areas to move to, and I am happy to say that I think i have found the perfect area!! It only took 2 years of searching lol.
I will share more details when I actually move though!!
I recently updated my Artefacts Art Journal with this new painting of a Bronze Leopard Head, it was made in the Kingdom of Benin, West Africa sometime around the 17th century…
I spotted it at the British Museum along with a number of other Benin Bronzes, I made a video on the whole of the African Galleries a few years ago which I have linked below…
VIDEO*** African Art at the British Museum
Hello!! I decided to make a new format of painting fast forward video which is more like a music video. I used to mix live visuals at events when I started my creative journey and it was fun to incorporate some of thos clips into a painting fast forward. The music is ‘I Saw You’ by Black Sun Empire
I’ve always loved Drum and Bass music, mostly because it is hectic and chaotic, which weirdly enough makes me feel more relaxed.. lol
As a little bonus here is one of the first videos I ever produced! It was filmed at a warehouse party callled the ‘Ministry of Unsound’ which was run by a freind, we had some amazingly wonderful times there!!
Hello, I visited the new Design Museum in London last month as it had moved from the South Bank near London Bridge to it’s new home in Kensington High Street on the site of the former Commonwealth Building.
I initially went on a hunt for images of the Technics 1200 turntable for a project that I’m working on, but when I saw that a new Ferrari exhibition was on I decided to take a look.
It is probably the best designed exhibition I’ve been to, second only to the amazing armour galleries of the Kelvingrove Museum in Glasgow
On arrival you walk into a cubical filled with red light, now I knew I was sensitive to colour and light but this was something else, I couldn’t breath and felt as if I was being attacked by the light, I started choking lol it was so funny.
Here is a video of my visit, I filmed it in my ‘Alien Eyes’ style of filming as i call it.. lol enjoy!
Hello, I hope you are having a fantastic Christmas! and are looking forward to the year ahead! I know I am :)
I made a short vlog below which also features some of the festive sights in Regent Street, london. :)
I made a video of myself painting the watercolour mix tape and there is a special visit to the Design Museum in London at the end.
I hope you enjoy it :)