Friday, 28 September 2012

been busy pinning

Hi there guys, sorry I've been a little absent I've had some pretty full on work at the moment. Anyway, here is some of my favourite pins of the week! 

Saturday, 15 September 2012

people can be so mean

I don't know what's going on, but things aren't going that well for my friendship group and myself in particular. You see my friendship group of six has split up into a two and a three and then I am caught somewhere in the middle. What do I do, I'm trying to be neutral, but this is difficult when one group is talking about the other and so on! Gaaahhhhhh!

everybody look at my beautiful pen pal

I really don't need to say a lot in this post. This is my beautiful Greek pen pal's blog, and all you need to do is click on the picture and visit it. 

Tuesday, 11 September 2012

things have a funny way of occurring

As you probably know already I'm doing my A2 Personal Study around Greek Gods and Goddesses, so when I was just casually browsing on Pinterest I found a figurative artist who I kinda liked and thought I would just check out to use an additional artist reference. So I researched Jylian Gustlin, and low and behold she'd done a whole series of work inspired by mythology. Fate.

Wednesday, 5 September 2012

flattery and polka dots seem to go well together

Things have been going well recently. I just got back off tour with the U.Dance Ensemble in Wales so that's why I haven't been posting recently. Also, I have been asked to join a local youth dance company, but I am unable to get there due to other dance lessons, but it's nice to know that people want me!

I'm back to school tomorrow, and so back to real life in a sense. I've been avidly working on my art personal study, and discovered a ton of books on Greek Mythology, so I happily checked them out :)
I'm also working on a new dance for a variety performance at The Theatre Royal in Bury St Edmunds at 3pm on 14th October. So, if you are in the local vicinity make sure you turn up- it's for a good cause too! Trying to save a local theatre for the community!