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The Lego Project - The Next Episode

Bargoed, Mi - March 14th, 2016

The exhibition at the Lego factory has now finished and Striped Water has been moved on. For more details see my blog on my personal website above or at http://steve-purnell.pixels.com/blogs/striped-water-lego-project-update-the-next-episode.html

Lego Project Update

Bargoed, Mi - November 22nd, 2015

The exhibition of the images at the Lego factory in Nyiregyhaza in Hungary was formally opened on Tuesday 17th November 2015 by the HR Director of the factory. Striped Water is displayed in the main reception area of the factory which has 2,300 employees and receives around 7,500 external visitors per year together with employees from other factories visiting.

Lego Project - The Next Chapter

Bargoed, Mi - October 14th, 2015

Read my updated blog about the next stage of the journey of my Striped Water image.

Feeling A Warm Glow

Bargoed, Mi - March 7th, 2015

Yesterday I sold a greeting card of my 'Star Crossed Lovers' image to a buyer in Fairborn, Ohio and was thrilled to have made a sale. As usual, I posted a thank you message to the buyer on Facebook. When I logged in to Facebook this morning, I was amazed to find a private mail with the following message:- 'I am the "buyer from Fairborn, Oh," lol. I wanted to tell you how your photo of the "star-crossed lovers" means so much to me. I am pushing 50, but almost exactly a year ago, my first high school boyfriend found me on Facebook. For over 32 years, we had each kept every photo, letter, momento. My health is failing and we will never be. I saw your photo a while ago when I googled "star-crossed lovers" and couldn't get it out of my mind. It is the expressions, in stone no less, but also how you so beautifully captured them in your photo. So I sought it out again to give him this card o...