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Abbot Hall

So about a week ago I took a trip into kendal to visit Abbot hall to take a look at the Barbara Hepworth, within the landscape exhibition. 210 more words

Polymer Clay Creature

Chupacabra …the polymer clay hairless numb nut . This little One loves to hide during the day but glows in the dark

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Modern Art in Singapore

Have you ever traveled to Singapore? It is now a thriving financial center and one of the five busiest ports in the world. Officially known as the Republic of Singapore, it is a sovereign city state and island country in Southeast Asia, located very near the equator and the Singapore weather is usually very hot and humid all year around. 214 more words

Art Abroad

Pumpkin Fun

I know it’s a little early, but October will be here before you know it. These cuties can decorated your home or your desk .

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Polymer clay charms

Today I’m making polymer clay charms

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Alfred Bernard Wall (1849c - 1923 and W H Best

The following notes are the result of joint research by Brian Torode and Richard Barton…

(In the 1851 census for Jacques Court, St Aldates, Gloucester, we find James Wall aged forty-eight, a stone mason and Alfred Wall his son aged twenty-eight, a stone mason. 4,052 more words

Cheltenham

R L Boulton & Sons

The following notes are the result of joint research by Brian Torode and Richard Barton…

Believed to be founded in 1839 because Patrick Conoley recalls date of the Centenary Dinner as 1939. 11,942 more words

Cheltenham