Pictures and things from the other me escaped from the Towers.

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3 things you already know about me:
I have a blog
I draw and paint
I am Outside Authority

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68 Responses to “About”

  1. kestrelart said

    Hi
    I thought I should mention that I have nominated you for an award. http://kestrelart.wordpress.com/2012/11/04/award-ceremony/. These awards are memes or mind-viruses, so as far as I am concerned please accept the award but do not feel obliged to follow its instructions unless you want to. I nominated you simply because I enjoy seeing your posts when they drop in my inbox.
    BW
    Neil

  2. Many thanks. I’m very honoured you’ve thought of me, it encourages me to keep going.

  3. Thank you so much for kindly dropping in on my meanderings.

  4. Not at all, very interesting posts.

  5. vsperry said

    thanks for stopping by my blog, I like your paintings…keep it up!

  6. Mary said

    Great blog! I’ve enjoyed your posts so much, that you’ve been nominated for the Versatile Blogger Award. Congratulations, please go to http://www.oilpastelsbymary.com to see the notice and rules. Enjoy! Mary

  7. Thanks for your like and lovely comment. Once again much appreciated!

  8. marysue128 said

    Hi there, I really like the title of your blog..thank you for visiting my blog.

  9. thegreyeye said

    That was pretty cool intro 🙂

  10. Kenneth Merrick said

    Hey thanks for taking the time to check out some of my work. Keep making the good art stuff!

  11. Spookfish said

    Thanks for taking the time to look at my work! Love the paintings, keep it up

  12. Hi,
    Thanks for visiting The White Swan. I love your rendering of trees, very expressive. Keep creating!
    Karen

    • Thanks for commenting. I’ve just realised reading your comment that I’m trying to capture the spaces between the trees. The trees themselves are a bit of an afterthought?

  13. I enjoy following your blog

  14. monicastamper said

    Thanks for the like!

  15. flissw said

    hi – and thanks for the like 🙂

  16. I’d love to think your image reflects one of the best records ever made… Tilt by Scott Walker https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tilt_(Scott_Walker_album)

    • Now I would be lying if I said I had consciously done that, but subconsciously, who knows? Although it may be nearer to a Stranglers album I have which googling Tilt has reminded me of.

  17. ggmissm said

    Great site…always happy to meet another “alien.” 😉 And thanks for stopping by Art and Tulips…

  18. fallowfieldsofwords said

    hey. thanks for liking my work. very much appreciated.

  19. I like the cut of your jib, OA, you little rebel you.

  20. KIMTHINGS said

    Love your work! Your drawings are so free. Have inspired me to do more sketching. Thanks.

  21. Harlon said

    I am glad that you lead me to you. Wonderful work. Peace, Harlon

  22. honeypears said

    Thank you for the visit and likes, OA. I love what I have seen of your drawings so far and look forward to following you.

  23. I love your drawings – and your cool blog name 😀

  24. Danni Nik said


    https://polldaddy.com/js/rating/rating.jsHello. Thank you for stopping by my blog. I enjoy your artwork very much. Love your use of color and the energy of the lines in your work. Very nicely done.
    Danni NIk.


  25. https://polldaddy.com/js/rating/rating.jsThank you for popping by Black Forest. Nice drawings, love your command of line! Cheers

  26. DonN said

    Greetings fellow sketcher! Nice work here.

  27. I am very much enjoying your work! 🙂


  28. https://polldaddy.com/js/rating/rating.jsHi there. Thanks for stopping by and liking my paintings. It gave me a chance to see what you’re up to. Nice work. I especially like the bold ink drawings and your use of color, very expressive.

  29. Jacqueline said

    I love your wildness and your ceaseless experimentation! I think you obey Frederick Franck’s 10 commandments:
    https://theawakenedeye.com/pages/the-10-commandments/

    • Thank you Jacqueline! The commandments are wonderful and I’m glad you think I get close to them on occassions. I’ve picked out no.4 ‘do not promptly forget your bad (paintings)’ and no.6 the ‘trust none but your own eye’. I find it very hard to distinguish the good stuff from the bad and take my lead from others too much even though I know they have different tastes to me. If you know the answer to this problem, please share it!

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