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Alan Dunlop

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  • Comment on: Sketchbook: Catherine Hennessy

    Alan Dunlop's comment 19 June, 2020 9:07 am

    These sketches are great and perfect examples of what what a sketchbook journal should be. "I’ll draw in my journal so now I can look back over 23 years of life." Absolutely.

  • Comment on: Sketchbook: Adam Clark

    Alan Dunlop's comment 4 June, 2020 10:44 am

    The coffee pot, cup and glasses too Gavin, it's art. The simplest hand drawing, well observed and crafted....... better than any pumped up, photo realistic computer generated image.

  • Comment on: Sketchbook: Adam Clark

    Alan Dunlop's comment 4 June, 2020 7:27 am

    Ha! These are great. Particularly studio interior. Wonderfully observed.

  • Comment on: Elections 2020: How will a new president change the RIAS?

    Alan Dunlop's comment 2 June, 2020 2:42 pm

    You'd be wrong to think this is all about the past and I'm certainly not frustrated. I wish the candidates well. But enough from me, for the moment anyway.

  • Comment on: Elections 2020: How will a new president change the RIAS?

    Alan Dunlop's comment 2 June, 2020 12:45 pm

    Your hert may well have lept oot yer chest, although what on earth that has tae dae wi the price a fish, a've nae idea.

    As you well know, the incentive for the police to pursue referrals must meet higher levels of what would be considered as in the "public interest". However, it is certainly in my interest as an architect in Scotland and fellow of the incorporation of long standing for the incorporation to come clean.

    It may well take time to reform an organisation, such as the RIAS, but start with that and we'll see how things go.

    Nae apologies either as this comment was from Alan Dunlop's account

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