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Taking a break from the hustle and bustle at the Wallace Collection no.17

A time when the outside world is stressed, a visit to the Wallace Collection, only minutes from the hustle and bustle of Oxford Street is a must. 60 more words


My trip to Brighton and another inspiration moment. n16.

Women Artists from the fine art collection at the Brighton Museum and Art Gallery.  Early Morning by Dod Procter (was born Doris Shaw). This made me stop in my tracks. 65 more words


A sculpture that takes my breadth away, then and now. Number 15 and still counting

A stroll through hampstead and I come across a sculpture which takes my breadth away. I stop and stare and I am immediately drawn inside this small gallery to view the works of Philip Jackson. 43 more words


First Friday Art Walk | Dupont Circle

The Dupont Circle Art Walk is happening this First Friday, December 5th – free around Dupont Circle. Most Galleries will remain open until 8:00 p.m. 40 more words


Raising my Games.

So I haven’t written for the past couple of weeks; it has been a busy time at University.

Two weeks ago, a group of us took a trip to London to visit the ‘This is’ exhibition, at the Conningsby Gallery in London’s West End. 744 more words


Blueprints ! A new piece to add to my jigsaw and no 14..I think.


My next stop was the Barbican and The Curve. ‘Walead Beshty’. I do like exhibitions that ignite so many questions. Cyanotype and blueprints , thank goodness for the internet and the many ‘How to sites’,    It now all makes sense and so interesting. 6 more words