Author archive for Jane Tomlinson

  • Apr232006
    Vincent and Theo after Pisarro

    Vincent comes to Warwickshire

    Weirdly for me, this exhibition takes place ...

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  • Apr152006
    Making a collagraph

    Making a collagraph

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    A collagraph is a printed image made using a ‘plate’ crafted from collage materials such as paper, cardboard, glue, sand,…

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  • Mar072006

    Tolled off!

    This blog was originally written in May 2006 – and I am no longer campaigning actively about the Swinford toll…

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  • Feb152006

    Julian Cope: “How much can you take?”

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    I really like Julian Cope. I first discovered him musically in 1979 when his band Teardrop Explodes hit the big…

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  • Jan092006

    Seek and ye shall find Jordan Valley dolmens

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    Warning: This is quite a long weblog. However it is lavishly illustrated (a bit further down) for your viewing pleasure.…

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  • Nov152005

    Postcard from Auvers-sur-Oise – the village where van Gogh died and is buried

    I first went to Auvers sur Oise...

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  • Nov152005

    Postcard from Nuenen – van Gogh in Nuenen

    The small town of Nuenen in the southern Netherlands is where Vincent van Gogh lived and worked from 1883-1885. On…

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  • Nov152005

    Postcard from Drenthe – van Gogh in Drenthe

    Drenthe is a remote province in the far north east of the Netherlands. Vincent van Gogh went there in October…

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  • Oct302005

    Hidden treasures

    In an age of celebrity, where people are famous for just being famo...

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  • Oct132005

    Pink and perfect Petra

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    Seeing is believing. The Rose Red City. The highlight of Jordan. Probably the highlight of the Middle East. Possibly the…

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