The Kick-About #17 ‘Andante quasi lento e contabile’ – Hely-Hutchinson

Some seasonal offerings…enjoy!

Red's Kingdom


This week, the woods remain lovely, dark and deep, as dreams of snow and ice continue to characterise this suitably festive Kick-About, with new works inspired by the third slow movement from Hely-Hutchinson’s 1927 A Carol Symphony. The Kick-About has been running for thirty-four weeks and was started, in part, as a response to the first lock-down. Throughout this time, our fortnightly shindigs have been a constant source of anticipation, comfort and satisfaction and I just wanted to say a big thank you to all my fellow kick-abouters for your creativity, conversation and always, the surprises. A big thank you too to all those who comment, who participate, who browse, and who share. Now go have yourselves a very merry Christmas!


Marion Raper

“This painting isn’t what I had intended – but then again what is these days!  In my mind I had envisaged carol singers and a…

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9 responses to “The Kick-About #17 ‘Andante quasi lento e contabile’ – Hely-Hutchinson”

  1. philgomm says :

    Thanks as always, Kerfe – wishing you and yours a restorative Christmas x

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  2. robbiesinspiration says :

    Your pictures and poem are lovely as always, Kerfe.

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  3. boundlessblessingsblog says :

    Merry Christmas Marta and it is always a pleasure to read your posts. Love all your paintings too.

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  4. Sun Hesper Jansen says :

    Ooh I had not seen your contributions for the first one before — so evocative of this lean but creative time of year! Blessings of the season, Kerfe!

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