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Mixteca #6 / Ilamatecuhtli. Sound Bite: Holden / The Illuminations.

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MIXTECA #2 / Zacatzontli. Soundbite: Holden / Rannoch Dawn

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Mixteca #4  / Centeocihuatl / SoundBite : Holden / Sky Burial

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Mixteca #3 / Youalahuan / Sound bite: Holden / Renata

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Mixteca #2 / Xipe Totec / Sound bite: Hertzbarn

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Mixteca #1. Sound Bite: Holden / Rannoch Dawn

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FIND ONEILL 2015©

40 Artists – 40 four letter words – 4 colours – 40 Prints. Each available in an edition 100. 50 x 70cm.  An Artwork / Typographic collaboration with Unlimited Brighton.  (Namely the superbly talented Pat Morrissey from WeAreUnlimited. ) My FIND print complete with gold embossing. Traveling show kicks off next Tuesday 21st April at BoxPark Shorditch, London E1.

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New Growth From Springtime Cuttings. Put cuttings in a pot & put a clear plastic bag over the top, secure with an elastic band. In about three weeks the cuttings will have formed roots. Split apart carefully and pot each cutting individually in a 3inch pot. Feed weekly and plant out after the last frosts. If cuttings are kept well fed and watered they should flower in the same year.

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Bet 6 ONEILL 2015 ©

Collage scenes from‘ Bettine Le Beau – Lucky Girl

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Bettine Le Beau – A Lucky Girl

Over the next few weeks I’ll posting up a range of collages, unseen scenes & related ephemera behind the Holocaust Memorial Day #MemoryMakers project. A collaboration with Animator & Director Griff. Commissioned by Holocaust Memorial Day Trust the brief was an open response to a day spent with Bettine at her North London home talking about her life and experiences during the Holocaust. Editing down over 5 hours of audio to 12 minutes Griff created the narrative structure to the film. The collages were then created using elements from Bettines personal scrapbooks, photo albums & my personal archive. The images in these posts are in no particular order and don’t all appear in the film.   Watch the film here Bettine Le Beau – Lucky Girl and there’s more about the wonderful Bettine Le Beau herself here.