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An impossible task

Capturing the genius of Henry Moore in two dimensions. This is  at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park. Their current exhibition ‘Henry Moore: Back to a Land’ features numerous stunning sculptures set amid rolling parkland.


John Wesley's 'Field Bible'

I had the very rare privilege, some fifty years ago, of handling Wesley’s ‘Field Bible’.

It happened during a visit with my late father to the Wesley Historical Society archive which was then very inadequately housed at City Road. 157 more words

Art Museum Wanderings

Architecture is the thoughtful making of space.

Louis Kahn

Waking without an alarm clock at 7:40 Sunday morning proved to be the commencement of a stellar day for me. 563 more words


Feeling sheepish? Read these...

As you may already know, Delaware Vets also serve the farming community around Castle Cary and Yeovil, Somerset. This may seem a little far-fetched but we thought it might be fun to list a few book recommendations for lovers of… sheep. 276 more words

"Rock Form" - Public Art in the Black Country & "History Is Now"

I went to the “History Is Now” exhibition at the Hayward Gallery on London’s South Bank recently.

I really like the physicality of the Hayward Gallery. 1,000 more words

Black Country

Statues and Memorials in London: Henry Moore Arch

This 6m high arch on the north side of the Long Water in Hyde park is made of Roman traventine stone and was presented to the Royal Parks in 1980 following his 80th birthday exhibition which was held at the Serpentine Gallery. It was restored in 1996.


Assignment Two: Elements of design

The brief for this assignment was as follows:-

The idea behind this assignment is to incorporate the insights you have learned so far on the course into a set of photographs directed towards one type of subject. 1,074 more words