Author Archives: alicemason1
I have definitely been processing a lot of ‘stuff’ these past few weeks and I guess life is a a series of stuff to process. Sometimes music and painting are the perfect alchemy to help discharge feelings that need assimilating, … Continue reading
My painting, also available as a print in any size. Inspired by an Yves Saint Laurent wallpaper. In my etsy shop. Link here: https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/AliceMasonArtist
Beck It is all one chase. Trace it back: the source might be nothing more than a teardrop squeezed from a curlew’s eye, then follow it down to the full-throated roar at its mouth: a dipper strolls the river dressed … Continue reading
What a wonderful night! Such a therapy. Sometimes music is even more important to me than art. But it really does depend on the music and what lifts me or inspires me, puts me in a state of bliss or … Continue reading
Wallpaper in Yves Saint Laurent and Pierre Berge’s Apartment Rue Bonapart, Paris, France, 1970s. I am going to paint a version of this as a large panel.
Cul de Sac Stuck in a holding pattern Like a plane over Gatwick Waiting to land Waiting to take off Listening to music as I paint I notice all the music is sad Little Green Telegraph Road Never … Continue reading
Benediction and The Dreaming In my Etsy shop. https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/AliceMasonArtist
My beloved Louisa. We were the self-declared Hexagonal groupies. Oh to find someone who loved jazz and music as much as I and to feel such emotion, passion and excitement for it. How we giggled and sparkled in each other’s … Continue reading
Excerpt from chapter ‘The Blue of Distance,’ from ‘A Field Guide to Getting Lost’ by Rebecca Solnit.
Re-reading Rebecca Solnit’s ‘A Field Guide to Getting Lost’, and the chapter The Blue of Distance. How she writes about the effect of geography on the psyche, the beauty of longing to be lost in a landscape where you have … Continue reading