I started my on-line diary in the 1990's from my studio in the North of England. After a lapse of ten years, I resumed the enteries from my present studio on the Caribbean island of Dominica. From the far beginning, my intention was to give an insight into my working methods, and to share the triumphs, trials and tribulations of work-in-progress.
Now, by way of a change, these pages will focus on finished work, both recent and retrospective. As Dominica has recently been ranked as one of the least visited places on earth, it is one way of bringing the mountain to Mohammed.
Saturday, January 7, 2012
The fact that my diary entries have become infrequent does not mean that I’m sat twiddling my thumbs. Far from it, as a glance at my list for the week shows. The jobs range from raking the path to the river to reading the reading the Warrell Report on Guidance to Minimising Microbial Food Safety Hazards. My shopping lists might appear mundane with nothing more exciting than
boots and fuel for the water pump. However, hidden between the lines are projects that offer new challenges and new horizons. If only they could be revealed, you would find that my list is every bit as exciting as the Tony Buzan “Mind Map” that I use as one of the props for my Creative Thinking Workshops. Wellington