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The Dellow Centre, London, 24 April 2016

5 May 2016

This life session blew hot and cold. Not in the sense of mood or atmosphere, or the comfort or appreciation of my poses, but in a rather literal way. The English spring climate had decided to have one of its throwback-to-winter days, and the one heater provided by Toynbee Art Club in the Dellow Centre’s art room was on a thermostat. This meant it decided intermittently – and incorrectly – that I could do without warm air for a while.




That aside, it was an enjoyable session. In the first half I went 5, 10, 15, 20-to-30-ish minutes, flowing from standing-stretching, to standing-lower, to kneeling, to sitting on the floor. After a tea break I was sitting on a chair with one of my feet on its seat for a single hour-long pose. Last time I modelled here I shared body warmth with Esther. My next booking here is in August, by which time hopefully we can rejoice in summer heat with open windows.




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