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24 Aug 2018

'I rarely draw what I see; I draw what I feel in my body'

Barbara Hepworth was born in 1910 in Wakefield, UK. She studied at Leeds College of Art and at the Royal Academy, London. She and Henry Moore were part of the modernist movement and were the first to create pierc...

2 Aug 2018

'The mind loves the unknown. It loves images whose meaning is unknown, since the meaning of the mind itself is unknown.'

Magritte was born 1898 and struggled all his career to gain recognition for his work. The young artists of the 'Pop Art' movement were greatly influe...

1 Aug 2018

David Hockney was born near my own home town in Yorkshire in 1937 and studied art for 10 years at Bradford School of Art and at The Royal College of Art in London. He and some of his fellow students began the 'Pop Art' movement and he has been a hero of mine for 30 yea...

21 Jun 2018

A beautiful blue-eyed, blond designer from Berlin meets a handsome, dark eyed artist from Sri Lanka and together, they make magic.

Susanne carefully selects rough cut stones from the gem markets whenever they travel to visit family in Sri Lanka.

The gravels of Sri Lanka’...

15 Jun 2018

On 15th May, Mei Che Seong came to visit March Gallery and sat for an hour while sketching the street scene.

Mei Chee Seong is the principle architect at a practice in Malaysia and is an 'Urban Sketcher'. 

He had been taking part in the Iron Man Challenge in Da Nang at t...

5 May 2018

This is my third illustrated book about Vietnam. Saigon has been my home for almost half of my six years here so I am excited to share this sensational city with you.

This city of broad avenues and tall trees is wide open like a glossy magazine. It is frenetic, exciting...

8 Feb 2018

If you read my last post ('After he was gone') you will be interested to learn that this painting has become the first of a series of paintings that are expressing a new fascination for me. For the past few years i have been travelling around this fascinating country e...

31 Oct 2017

Next door to March Gallery is a modest dwelling occupied by a lady who has a Mi Quang and Cao Lao stall every morning on the street corner. The day I took over the lease for the gallery, her father died and so began the week long rituals of a Vietnamese funeral right o...

25 Oct 2017

These ancient Vietnamese lions may, one day, replace all the fierce Chines lions that guard banks and hotels today.

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