Monday, 28 November 2011

Professor Paul Robertson



My portrait of Professor Paul Robertson

Cast bronze,made in clay (the violin in paper

and acrylic)with a wonderful movable wooden core made by my friend Ian Fletcher.

I drove it to Herbich's foundry in Gernlinden, cast it,found a stone base at BarbaraOppenrieder's

and a steel stand..It was sent by air and was exhibited in my (home) gallery and at Cambridge Open Studios and in
Avrille in France (the photo where I stand with another artist at the Opening.

I heard him recently on BBC3 and was so delighted that I should be able to hear him from Munich

and decided to tell the National Portrait Gallery about the sculpture,which is in Beaconsfield with Robin and Flora.

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Saturday, 3 September 2011

introducing Lasse Duncan Nathaniel Kafka


I visited three very happy people this afternoon,in th Dritte Orden



hospital,where Lasse



was born on the 2nd September,at 2.30 pm.



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Monday, 4 July 2011

opening of the exhibition at schloss weiher



Leonie Strickmann and Frau Dr Trost


(who made a brilliant introduction)








Views of schloss Weiher..fields with cornflowers and poppies nearby






the gates are open..



















Self-portrait (2000)

















Ben who came from Berlin











Painted bronze..









Birdwatcher next to the carp-filled pond



The Jara wood sculpture which Duncan brought in his hand-luggage..



The Emily-Björn sculpture
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Saturday, 18 June 2011

kleine schkossgalerie weiher


I have just spent a couple of days in this most beautiful place

sending inviations (see photos)

AUSSTELLUNGSERÖFFNUNG Samstag 02.Juli, 15 Uhr

Weietere Offnungszeiten
Sonntag 03 Juli 2011
Wochenenden 09/10 Juli 2011
16/17 und 23/24 Juli 2011
VON 15 bis 18 Uhr

Weiher liegt an der Staatstraße Bayreuth/Behringersmühle.
Von der A9 zu erreichen ab Ausfahrt Trockau Richtung Behringersmühle (7KM)

Kleine Schlossgalerie "Dr Günter Stumptner"

Weiher 1
95491 Ahorntal

tel.0 92 02/1415
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Wednesday, 15 June 2011

Jakobsweg in Switzerland with Martin Parkes


Martin stands in front of the sign showing how far he will walk.
Sue is delighted that she can do i 2 days.

Beautiful scenery all along the way.

A good meal and a beer at the end
From the steep Hörnli,late,the natives were worried that we might not make it..but...


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70th birthday/thank you party

Johannes,Duncan,Andrew
George and Maggie
Jule,Louisa,Leila,Carolin
Maggie and Ute

Sue and the Silbereisens
Sue and Eleanor
Brigitte,Ben and Eleanor
Maggie,Gudrun,Katrin and George
Sue with Duncan in the Botanical Gardens
Duncan and a rose



Andrew,Emily and Carolin
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