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BP Portrait Award 2015 at the National Portrait Gallery

I am not a regular visitor to this annual award exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery and it  is a few years since I last attended. 694 more words


Another jam-packed Summer Exhibition at the RA

Having been to the RA’s Summer Exhibition numerous times before, I am aware of its popularity, but I wasn’t expecting the heaving masses akin to that of a Da Vinci exhibition at a 10am on a Monday morning.   512 more words

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Borde Hill Gardens Gardens Sculpture Exhibition 2015

As a setting to display sculpture, you really couldn’t get any better than this.  Nestled in the beautiful Sussex countryside and less 10 minutes by car from Haywards Heath, Borde Hill Gardens is a place of colour, scents and creativity.   361 more words

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Welcome to my first blog..might as well start near the beginning!

Welcome to my first sculpture blog!  Rather fittingly, I’m going back to beginning by dipping into the sculptural world of an ancient but highly advanced civilisation – that of Ancient Greece – by taking a look at ‘Defining Beauty – The Body in Ancient Greece’ at The British Museum. 361 more words

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Josh Louchheim at Shade Gallery (May 2015)

Anyone with knowledge of Phoenix’s art history may look at Josh Louchheim’s work and call him a Philip C Curtis imitator, and they might mean this negatively.   346 more words

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Peder Balke, National Gallery, Review: ‘Solitary Seascapes’

4th February

Last winter the National Gallery rediscovered an forgotten unknown artist – Peder Balke, who lived in 19th-century’s Norway and abandoned painting after becoming a property developer. 536 more words

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Maggi Hambling: Wall of Water, Review: ‘Immersion and Explosion in the Seascapes’

30 January, 2015

Maggi Hambling is the first National Gallery Artist in Residence. Her work is recently exhibited at the Room 1 of National Gallery from 26 November 2014 to 15 February 2015, which is organised  by the special projects curator Colin Wiggins. 768 more words

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