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It was sunny yesterday.

Youngest child had a play date so this seemed like a good day for a long overdue visit to local Mecca of High Brow Arts and Culture, Compton Verney. 186 more words

Great Britain

Recovering from Frida with Henry Moore

I went to an exhibition at Toronto’s AGO (Art Gallery of Ontario) in the fall of 2012 to see an exhibition of Frida Kahlo’s and Diego Rivera’s work. 460 more words


The collective life and privatised death of public sculpture

The online focus of the growing campaign to save Wolverhampton’s endangered Hepworth sculpture (see previous posts) is now more at our Facebook page and the linked petition… 1,134 more words


Jane's Walk - Sculpture and the City

On a chilly and windy Saturday this past spring, Noel led the 2014 Jane’s Walk ‘Sculpture and the City’. The walk toured a variety of public art installations in the downtown core, challenging people to think about how these works contribute to our sense of community and place. 197 more words

Noel Troxell

Kenneth Clark: Directing Modern British Art

Kenneth Clark undoubtedly holds an important place in the development of British art in the twentieth century. There have been plenty of opportunities to admire the work of those artists he supported and encouraged – especially since many of them went on to become official war artists during the Second World War (Clark being in charge of the War Artists Advisory Committee, with an empty National Gallery at his disposal to show their work).  794 more words

A Hatfield Mass - proof

Have just sent off the final proofs for the second of my chapbooks/pamphlets to appear this summer. This one is from Worple press and has its roots works by Henry Moore, originally displayed in the grounds of Hatfield House in 2011 has this lovely cover . 88 more words

Education - a shelter for life

Welcome to my Footsteps for futures blog – Thank you for visiting this page.  This is a steep learning curve for me, so why don’t you stick with me as I learn how to blog and share my thoughts with you? 523 more words