Tuesday, 17 July 2007

more semi-nakedness




This is one of the finished paintings from the prep work done in April and May.
The work has been held up a little due to photographic work, teenage kids, teaching commitments etc. However, back to the easel next week.

Also, the lovely Sarah C has written a piece about the work in this new Norwich published magazine;

http://new.edp24.co.uk/urbane/default.aspx

Have a peep, it's a really well written article.

(I can't get the link to work for some reason, so if you are interested cut and paste the url)

9 comments:

Miss Evie D's mum said...

Print's too small online! Will track a copy down. Love the picture on the left in the article. Not sure about the one you've posted - perhaps a little overt for my conservative tastes. Or perhaps I'm just envious that your model still has her boobs in the correct place!!

Miss Evie D's Mum said...

Wow! Just managed to read the article, as you say, really well written.... LOVE the red and black picture. Really evocative..... I'll shut up now!!

knifepainter said...

Overt is my middle name.

(Well actually it's John, but you get my point I'm sure).

snapper said...

Good show in the magazine, I take it you are now able to claim numerous trips to the pole dancing club as legitimate business expenses.... lol

knifepainter said...

Hi Snapper, welcome back........oh yeah, all tax deductable !!

Snapper said...

I keep checking your blog, even if I don't leave a message.

Miss Smack said...

Hello luv.

Next time you want to create a hyperlink, or URL, highlight the text [in a new post window] you want to morph into a live link. Eg. If you type "Check HERE, for the article", then you'd select 'HERE' to insert the link, geddit?

Then, click on the image that looks kinda like a map of the world with a paperclip on top. Its next to the T colour palette.

Then, insert the URL of the image you want your readers to visit., Click ok, and bobs your uncle.

The reader's mouse will highlight the hyperlink when they roll their mouse over it.

xx Any troubles, email me xx

knifepainter said...

Thanks hon. x

Anonymous said...

Is that article available elsewhere? Its hard to read unless I have a spare half hour some unknown time in the future!!

Ian