A HUGE thank you to all those lovely people who participated to today at Ravensbury Park, Merton. I was at the Wandle Trust’s river clean-up session, collecting hand-painted paper leaves for the installation in Honeywood Museum and Sutton Life Center on 5th and 6th October. The installation is inspired by willow and the Wandle. Come and […]Read more "LEAF COLLECTION GROWS!"
All humanity is connected–believe it or not. This painting was created on the day of the chemical massacre in Syria, although I had not yet heard of it. I don’t think it is a coincidence that the five pieces I created on that day, am still working on some, have a solemn overtone. Materials: burned […]Read more "0001"
See the premiere of “Water Map” in Honeywood Museum on 5th October and at Sutton Life Centre on 6th October. Inspired by the Wandle…Here are some photos to wet your appetite (no pun intended).Read more "WATER MAP – a work in progress"
With the Wandle Trust http://www.wandletrust.org a week ago discovered idyllic waterfront properties just off the Croydon Road! Stunningly lovely river and stunningly great work that these volunteers do to give all of us a better place to live. They collect tons of rubbish, remove invasive plant species such as the Himalayan Balsam and Japanese Knotweed; […]Read more "Wonderful Wandle"
Last week at Honeywood Museum, by Carshalton Ponds. Please remeber to send in your thoughts on water…! To this page or via contact form 🙂Read more "The H2O SHOW continues…"
For this year’s Imagine Arts Festival local artists are working on a collaborative project, with the theme of Water. The Imagineers are producing several creative ventures two of which involve gathering your feelings and thoughts on water… What does water mean to you? Does it make your heart sing? What are your earliest memories of […]Read more "IMAGINE LIFE WITHOUT WATER"
http://soundcloud.com/paolotossio/freedom-of-speech CLICK on the link FOR A NICE TUNE!Read more "A TUNE….."
Reminding myself: Easy come easy go – if you really have to work for something how much more do you appreciate it, than something you get for nothing? And the most amazing thing we get for nothing is LIFE!Read more "Gratuitous"