March 2019Thinking Quietly
White Horse Westminster Bridge

Post 41: How would I cross Westminster Bridge?

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February 2019Thinking Quietly
The Knot

Post 40: This is a knot in the oak floor of our studio at Bankside

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January 2019Thinking Quietly
From The Cabin

Post 39: It is always good to stop still, stand and listen to a view as it goes by

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December 2018Thinking Quietly
In Praise Of Skin & Bones

Post 38: Looking across Doha Bay at the glistening towers opposite, there is one which stands out; the Burj Doha

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November 2018Thinking Quietly
By Sand & Sea

Post 37: 70 pieces of brick clay, cooked in ovens, worn by Sand and Sea

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October 2018Thinking Quietly
Seven By Seven

Post 36: I have been obsessed with the number 7 since the moment I could count

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September 2018Thinking Quietly
Touch Me Not

Post 35: Drive a few miles East of Vellore, towards Chennai and you will find a green place

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August 2018Thinking Quietly
The House On The Hill

Post 34: Normally the layers of cities build up over time.

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July 2018Thinking Quietly
The Stew & A Thousand Riyal Bottle Of Spice

Post 33: There was once a cook who was known for making stodgy stews

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June 2018Thinking Quietly
All Change At Dalston Junction: The Joy Of Tracing

Post 32: The act of tracing is an ideal state sometimes

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May 2018Thinking Quietly
The Yellow Seedpod

Post 31: I saw a seed pod, one of the nicest I have found

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April 2018Thinking Quietly
The World Jigsaw Company

Post 30: Each piece is a piece of the map

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March 2018Thinking Quietly
Film About 10x10, Courtesy Of Crane TV & Article 25

Post 29: Each of us explores … and then draws … whatever catches our eye

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February 2018Thinking Quietly
Doha On Centre: The Jigsaw Of The City

Post 28: An exploration of the essential character or ‘soul’ of the city

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January 2018Thinking Quietly
Ten Lessons From Loving London

Post 27: I am a Londoner through and through

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December 2017Thinking Quietly
A Beacon Of Regeneration; Small But Bright.

Post 26: What appears to be rubbish at first, turns out to be treasure

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November 2017Thinking Quietly
Patterned Planet

Post 25: I dreamt that I was flying over a barren planet

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October 2017Thinking Quietly
World Jigsaw Company

Post 24: Connecting People and Places

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September 2017Thinking Quietly
Crab - Sand - House

Post 23: One day I saw these patterns in the sand

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August 2017Thinking Quietly
Danshal Sundial

Post 22: The Earth is spinning on its axis, meanwhile orbiting the Sun.

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June 2017Thinking Quietly
Two Weeping Eyes and a Bleeding Heart

Post 21: I like the word ‘value’; it has a double meaning

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May 2017Thinking Quietly
Waiting To Fall

Post 20: The Sun is going down and there is the very slightest chill in the air; but it is peaceful, and silent

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April 2017Thinking Quietly
Doha On Centre

Post 19: An exploration of the essential character or ‘soul’ of the city

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March 2017Thinking Quietly
No U Turns

Post 18: The street of possibilities

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February 2017Thinking Quietly
Cranked Square and Grazing Light: E1

Post 17: The blank rear wall of the building with a slight crank and serated edges always catches my eye.

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January 2017Thinking Quietly
Electric D1

Post 16: What caught my eye, to stand and draw?

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December 2016Thinking Quietly
The Breezeway: C1

Post 15: It is Friday morning – everything is quiet

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November 2016Thinking Quietly
Cranes At Nightfall: G7

Post 14: I am on the roof of the Mercure Hotel by the ice-cold pool

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October 2016Thinking Quietly
The Miranet is Pointing to the Sky

Post 13: Where is all the energy going?

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September 2016Thinking Quietly
Round and Square: A3

Post 12: I could not choose what to draw, so I draw two things today; both round and square.

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August 2016Thinking Quietly
The Crushed Can And The Lovely House

Post 11: Once upon a time there was a can, full of air.

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July 2016Thinking Quietly
Doha is Flat

Post 10: As I walk along Sikkat al Hedaya, into square A2, I am drawn by the slope.

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June 2016Thinking Quietly
Bier Al Husain, Doha

Post 9: Old Doha is filled with a festive air – everyone is wandering aimlessly about, off work.

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May 2016Thinking Quietly
Sikkat Al Hedaya, Doha

Post 8: There is a chill in the air and a gusty breeze.

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April 2016Thinking Quietly
Cracked Earth Table

Post 7:This is the first finished piece from Pattern-Book Qatar

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March 2016Thinking Quietly
Serpentine Pavilion: Sound & Smell... And Plankton

Post 6: A floating disc of water with a dark sunken space beneath

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February 2016Thinking Quietly
The Little Yellow House In Scotland Yard

Post 5: It is the 10x10 weekend, I am exploring Whitehall.

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January 2016Thinking Quietly
The Joy Of Jaywalking

Post 4: A street where, even if it is busy with traffic, it is easy to cross, whenever you want.

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December 2015Thinking Quietly
Empty Plastic Water Bottles In A Disused Drinking Fountain - Doha

Post 3: It caught my eye because what fills it now is not water but empty plastic water bottles.

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November 2015Thinking Quietly
Naples: Living Layers Of Laundry

Post 2: What struck me about Naples, the ‘city of dark sun,’ was the laundry.

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October 2015Thinking Quietly
A Day In Berlin

Post 1: The difference between having been to Berlin for a day and not having been there at all is infinite

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