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Posts tagged "london"

The sound of coffee

We moved to London about a year ago and although time is just a convention, it seems right to write a milestone post. This city has never been a myth for me, as New York is, but it was easy […]

Por…tales

I’m sorry to have to write this, but at the same time I’m happy to finally be able to do the typical blog post “I haven’t post for a long time but…”! 😉 It’s been a long ’cause I’m cheating […]

Fall in love

I love fall! The color of some leaves is my favorite yellow hue, as you can tell from my drawings. Last Saturday we went to Broadway Market, my fave market in London so far, and I just can’t stop drawing! […]

Shine like a diamond

Although it’s months that I walk along Quaker Street, only few days ago I noticed this small kebab vendor, called “Diamond Grill”, with its warm, yellow light, in perfect opposition to the cold approaching evening light, nestled between two walls […]

Mary Cinque London Sketchbook

Join us in celebrating the opening of the entirely refurbished Snug cafe! It was already lovely but now it’s even better. On the day of the opening free coffee for everyone, all day long, and some of my latest artworks […]

Have a nice weekend!

A good beginning makes a good ending. Friday morning and the waste truck is at our door, apparently the workers are arguing with each other, but when one of them sees me he stops, looks at me and says, “Good […]

In food we trust

It’s not my fault if almost all my posts have to do with food, London is the world food capital. Even Sloane, the physician thanks to whom the British Museum was born, has an interesting link with food, he promoted […]

To be continued by the reader

As soon as we settled, Paco found, in a bookstore near home, the Stoke Newington Bookshop, a 2008 reprint of a book he’s been talking about for a long time: John Berger’s Ways of Seeing. Created by the author with […]

Raw materials

Maybe I don’t see la vie en rose, but in yellow, as my French friend Robert Posnic pointed out, defining my London drawings “As a journey. A Neapolitan girl in England with lemon-shaped glasses”. This image made me think of […]

Updates

I may have had the writer’s block, but not the artist’s one. More to come. 🙂