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  1. I was in London recently and saw the exhibition at the Royal Academy of works by Anish Kapoor,one of the most compelling arguements that you only need to know how to see to be creative.

    Enormous red wax blacks the size of a small house moved gently on tracks while it forms and shapes as it goes along.

    In other areas a cannon fire’s a wax ball against a wall,dripping and craeting as it does.

    I am often accused of limiting my choice by art by the amount of effort that appears to have been used but here was an example of wax being creativly used……………..so get out the candles but first have a look at his work,its really quite remarkable,apart from the scale its the way we are forced to see.

    As they say “learn to look to see”

    lee du ploy

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