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Tim Baynes
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Pitch Doctor, Training Guy, Painter and Printmaker
Pitch Doctor, Training Guy, Painter and Printmaker

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Delivering The Books By Bus
It is the time of year to deliver 'the books' to one’s accountant in High Wycombe.    And so I made the journey by bus from Beaconsfield.  This thirty-minute journey is a great way to really appreciate the A40 as it follows the path of the River Wye, and th...
Delivering The Books By Bus
Delivering The Books By Bus
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Returning to the Aga Khan Museum
  Last week I was l lucky enough again to be working in the Aga Khan Museum.  This is a great white cape of marble and stone that someone has placed gracefully in just north of Toronto city centre. Each angle, edge and plant is a delight. Inside is a collec...
Returning to the Aga Khan Museum
Returning to the Aga Khan Museum
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Studio Tour
I was so pleased to welcome Alison and Tom from Bespoke Framing into my ‘studio’ the other day. The result was a lovely two-minute film from Alison She commented  T im Baynes opens his studio in Beaconsfield to us – what a treat! My son has just taken art a...
Studio Tour
Studio Tour
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Monster Wood
All  sorts of exciting things being discovered in the garage/studio with the builders gone! A remarkable piece of wood which we must have collected from a beach combing walk, this has and almost primordial feel to it. 
Monster Wood
Monster Wood
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Wet Whittenham
Whittenham Clumps Rain makes useful marks A wet Wednesday, as evidenced by the rain's contribution to this drawing. Again Rosie and I met up with cousin Wendy for a walk round the clumps. To the left on the drawing is Castle Hill. Once up there we found the...
Wet Whittenham
Wet Whittenham
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The Common Whelk
I am counting our haul of treasures from a visit to  Pendine Beach a week or so ago !  A cache of whelk shells sparked my curiosity into the cooking of a whelk. Buyer's guide They are usually sold already cooked and shelled and can be eaten with a sprinklin...
The Common Whelk
The Common Whelk
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Tollesbury Creek and fishermen' shed
Tollesbury Morning     31 X 49 cm   Oil on Board In my art class the other day I returned to that nagging leitmotif, Tollesbury in Essex. This time I was applying my paint with just a spatula and carving it back with my palette knife. The result is dangerou...
Tollesbury Creek and fishermen' shed
Tollesbury Creek and fishermen' shed
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Amo l'Amarone
With Lent nearly behind us it is close to appropriate to sing the praises of a wonderful wine: Amarone; or to give it is proper name  Amarone della Valpolicella .  This is a   Italian  dry to the point of irony, garnet  red, rich and lovely. We were very in...
Amo l'Amarone
Amo l'Amarone
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That Whittenham walk with Wendy and Rosie
That Whittenham Walk with Wendy The afternoon walk in the February sunshine continues to
inspire.  And with my ‘studio’ now temporarily a store for builders’ equipment
the Tuesday Art Group has become a really important time to get work done –
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Industrielandschaft: Rüdersdorf
Two journeys along the River Elbe and a third planned in May this
year, has brought me into close to industrial buildings that hover on
the edge of landscape. Inspiration for picture-making. These are places where to quote the poet Paul Farley ‘.. as diffic...
Industrielandschaft: Rüdersdorf
Industrielandschaft: Rüdersdorf
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