David Coveney


All the posts below have been tagged with North America.

3 April, 2008

I Like It Low

I couldn’t believe how big this guy’s paintings were. Seems that as he got older his eyesight deteriorated.  His solution?  Paint so that at least he could see what he was doing!   I believe this painting is by Andy Warhol.  But I’m culturally dumb, so can’t rely on my memory.  What I do know […]

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27 February, 2006

Oh God

There’s a whole lot to catch up on isn’t there? The jungle, leaving South America, and New York. But you know, I’m feeling kind of lazy at the moment, so I’ll describe things in the way of a five year old. That might make for less typing: The jungle was dead brill!!! There were big […]

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24 February, 2006

Nowt like a failed stereotype to make you think – New York

Funny things stereotypes. They give you expectations. And then you find they often don’t match reality. New York is quiet… almost restful, after the jungle and Lima. There aren’t horns going off everywhere, people are polite and helpful (though they are in Peru also, I just can’t understand them so much) and the traffic isn’t […]

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