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Whilst sorting out my studio this turned up, it is a painting of a Michel Angelo bust I completed for an A level art exam at Brooklyn college in 1986, I was 56 at the time, certainly the oldest student in the class, I love the roman nose ! I got an A plus. Eric
I am having difficulty in printing files in "My Docs", I click 'print' and nothing happens, no problem with "My Pics". I use Works 9 to formulate MY Docs files. Any suggestions. I very rarely need to print them, I think this is the first time this year. I have reinstalled 'Works 9' software but...
This is where I once lived, Hillside Road 1st left under bridge. This is my first painting this year , I have had a 'painting block', not uncommon among artists I have had them before, just lose all ability to paint but its now returning.
I have painted this pub 2 or 3 times before, a familiar scene to me being born just round the corner in Queens Road, the white building next door was my Doctors, a lovely Georgian building, now demolished, on the right was Alms houses and the curved wall was the Vicarage boundary, I have...
I seem to be 'hooked' on painting old , long gone, Birmingham court yards at the present, possibly because I lived in one in Aston for 5 years (1956 to 1961). This is court 5 William St North from a members pic (what would I do without them ?). I have 4 hanging in my living room at present, all...
up to yesterday, if I wished to edit a pic I merely clicked the pic in my pic file, it would then enlarge and in top RH corner would be 'edit' and I could do anything with pic, but now when I click on pic it still enlarges but appears on 'paint' with no way of editing pic. Any ideas ? Eric