ROCKARCHIVE POP-UP SHOP & GALLERY OPENS IN SEVEN DIALS – Seven Dials. “Rockarchive, the iconic rock photography store established by renowned music photographer Jill Furmanovsky, has just opened its first pop-up shop and exhibition space at 46 Monmouth Street.” I’m off there tomorrow and will report back..Also hope to get along to Cork Street for […]
Announcement of a new Event in Truro: “Into a Limbo large and broad, since called the paradise of fools, to few unknown” – John Milton, Paradise LostThis event is a celebration of visual arts culture taking place in Cornwall – a coming together to celebrate achievement through painting, sculpture, film, performance, sound, collaborative art projects, […]
Last night I watched Lily Cole’s Art Matters On Sky Arts Sunday evening……. Lily Cole’s Art Matters – Episode 3: Tacita Dean I have loved Tacita Dean’s works for many years and saw her chalk board works and Jukebox which made a great impression on me…so I was delighted to find this programme last night on […]
I am going to Sadler’s Wells today with my Daughter and Grand children to take them to see ‘My first Cinderella’ I loved ballet when I was little and my Mother took me to see Swan Lake and The Nutcracker which made a lasting impression on me. I dreamt I would be a ballet dancer […]
I pass this field on one of my everyday journeys, I just had to stop for a moment and capture this through the windscreen on my i phone..the field has now been ploughed and the snow melted…so pleased I captured the image
Academicians prepare for Hatfield House sculpture show – Blog – RA Magazine and Blog – Royal Academy of Arts.
Hatfield House has re opened and the New Sculpture Trail looks exciting! 30 March – 29 September 2013 With Artists “The Royal Academicians showing work are: Ann Christopher, Richard Deacon, Alison Wilding and Bill Woodrow, who were elected to the Royal Academy as sculptor Members, and Michael Craig-Martin andGary Hume, who were elected as painters but for whom sculpture is a significant part of […]
Wallace’s travels Alfred Russel Wallace is very much on our minds at Kew at the moment, and not just because the centenary of his death is being marked this year. We’ve recently completed a project to conserve a set of remarkable palm specimens sent to Kew’s first great Victorian Director, William Jackson Hooker, in […]
Millennium | Gareth Edwards ‘Natural Capital’ – Interview Film. This looks amazing and so in tune with my own thoughts about landscape and the everyday and ordinary experiences…… Can I get to St Ives to see this I ask myself…I hope so! BIOGRAPHYGareth Edwards currently lives and works in West Penwith, Cornwall. Much of this latest […]
Courses on solar plate printing | ART-e. Studio 15 run regular courses for those who want to learn the solar-plate printmaking technique. I have just spent the day at Sheila de Rosa’s solar plate etching workshop at Studio 15 in Tring. I thoroughly enjoyed the day, Sheila is very knowledgeable and her techniques inspiring and […]
Wood, Artwork by Caryl Beach.Wood Entered for Art Limited Online Competition Interview: What are you trying to share via your art? how I see the world at this moment in time. To suggest that we take a moment to stop and look and maybe think ?
Lovely Family lunch on Easter Sunday…this was a gift from my Lovely Daughter and delicious Egg decorated chocolate cake and Choc Nest cakes from Charlie….Happy Easter Wishes to all…