Bones

Bones
Oxford University Museum of Natural History

When my good friend Jones came over from the States for a visit this last summer, I had the chance to do some tourism at home. Even though we explored the town in which I’ve worked for 8 years, I had the rare pleasure of seeing my surroundings in a way that I’m not accustomed. As a tourist. Not on my way to or from work, not walking around town on an ever-too-short lunchbreak. No schedule, whatsoever. It was a nice experience. I’ll have to do it again sometime.

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Hall and Chapel

Hall and Chapel
Queen’s College neoclassical hall and chapel

When my good friend Jones came over from the States for a visit this last summer, I had the chance to do some tourism at home. Even though we explored the town in which I’ve worked for 8 years, I had the rare pleasure of seeing my surroundings in a way that I’m not accustomed. As a tourist. Not on my way to or from work, not walking around town on an ever-too-short lunchbreak. No schedule, whatsoever. It was a nice experience. I’ll have to do it again sometime.

To see what else happened on my summer vacation, click here.

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* Photoshop CS6 *

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Consultation | The Lunchtime Portraits

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Visitors at a Catte Street entrance to the Bodleian Library with Sheldonian Theatre in the background

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The Seeing of Sights

What I saw on holiday in my home town with a good friend visiting from the States …

The seeing of sights
Bodleian Library, Schools Quad

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London Eye

What I saw on a haphazard, improvised walking tour of London with a good friend visiting from the States …

London Eye
Gazing out over the river from the Thames Path.

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St Paul’s from Blackfriars Bridge

What I saw on a haphazard, improvised walking tour of London with a good friend visiting from the States …

St Paul's from Blackfriars Bridge
A view of St Paul’s Cathedral from the Thames Path.

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Air

What I saw on a haphazard, improvised walking tour of London with a good friend visiting from the States …

Air
Southbank Skatepark

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M’bulumbumba

What I saw on a haphazard, improvised walking tour of London with a good friend visiting from the States …

M'bulumbumba
M’bulumbumba player busking in an underpass on the South Bank Thames Path

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Sketching a Library | The Lunchtime Portraits

Sketching a Library | The Lunchtime Portraits

Oxford draws a lot of artists, so the Bodleian Library is not a surprising place to find someone with a sketching table and project. This is local painter, Merlin Porter. While we were talking, we exchanged business cards, but not before he busied himself with his own card. What happened in that very brief moment was an instant pencil portrait of me with my camera. Coolest thing ever.

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The Assembly of a William Blake Press

The Assembly of a William Blake Press

In preparation for Copper Impressions – The 18th Century Printmaking Revolution, an exhibition and printmaking demonstration at Christ Church Library in Oxford, carpenters worked alongside Professor Michael Phillips, internationally recognized William Blake scholar, to assemble the pieces of a copper-plate printing press that Phillips used in his workshops.

This press, a working replica of the one used by 19th-century poet, painter, and printmaker, William Blake, was built locally by Buckinghamshire maker/designer, Josh Howard-Saunders, and it arrived at The Library just following its recent stay in Oxford’s Ashmolean Museum.

The Assembly of a William Blake Press

The Assembly of a William Blake Press

The Assembly of a William Blake Press

The Assembly of a William Blake Press

The Assembly of a William Blake Press

The Assembly of a William Blake Press

The Assembly of a William Blake Press

The Assembly of a William Blake Press

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