Tag Archives: Art

Does it ever get any easier?

A fledgling artist (well, more fledgling than I am) was texting me the other night about how he feels artistically blocked. We then have a text chat about creativity and I give him some tips but he still refuses to … Continue reading

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first Review of #UnbrokenLine

From The PublicReviews.Com “Jamie Zubari holds the audience in this gripping and often laugh out loud funny play” “A true display of what a one man play can be” “An assured performance by a charming and honest performer” “this is … Continue reading

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It’s Not Fair!

(Press play on this first:) For the past 3 and a half months I have been pounding the concrete floor of Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall, along with around 300 other people. According to Nic Serota we had about 1.5 million … Continue reading

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Protected: Hope-Riding Commission

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[Unbroken Line] Photoshoot

A few weeks ago, my brother and his wife, Adam and Linda Zubairi, a photographic (and photogenic) couple headed to my painting studio with their photographic equipment to take shots of me posing and talking for future publicity and marketing … Continue reading

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[art] Village Among The Trees

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Thank You Louise Bourgeois

I received an email from a friend last week which had a a footer a quote from the artist Louise Bourgeois which went “An artist can show things that other people are terrified of expressing.” Rather than being obvious, it … Continue reading

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