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Hide and Seek - a retrospective of Eileen Cooper at the RA

Last Friday I was thrilled to meet Eileen Cooper RA at a viewing of her new show at the Royal Academy of Arts. A retrospective of her work from the past 4 decades, the show is entitled Hide and Seek and includes series of 11 drawings and prints which she gifted to the RA in 2001. 402 more words

Reviews

Wolf Hall 5 & 6: What human beings are capable of


Cromwell (Mark Rylance) holding up crossed wrists at Henry’s seething onslaught of accusation of plotting against him with Chapuys for the Emperor Charles V; Anne (Claire Foy) shivering in the wind, trembling as she waits to be beheaded ( 2,556 more words

Political Novels/films

Mary Magdalene - Priestess of Christ

I was invited to enter a piece to be judged for a show at Brigid’s Place in Houston, TX.  The invitation was to artists who would like to create a new vision of Mary Magdalene. 177 more words

Art And Spirit

Roar with Love

“Roar, but roar with love. Fight, fight with radiant Love. Cry out, with voice of the Angel who was born with you. Cry out in Incandescent Love that travels the dark vault of the heavens like lightning that brings blessed rain. 151 more words

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Coming Up - Explorations 3: Seven Women Artists

The Explorations III: Seven Women Artists exhibition, which will open at the NGJ on Sunday, May 31, asks the question whether any concept of women’s art is relevant in Jamaica today – it is part of our… 917 more words

Exhibitions

Stop Telling Women To Smile | FILMS FOR ACTION

“I AM NOT HERE FOR YOU!”

Stop Telling Women to Smile is an art series by Tatyana Fazlalizadeh. The work attempts to address gender based street harassment by placing drawn portraits of women, composed with captions that speak directly to offenders, outside in public spaces.  50 more words

Video

"Balcony scene": morning to evening

Dear friends and readers,

How’s about a little bit of art criticism, poetry and music to start your day:

I put the picture below on facebook under the “rubric:” a touching scene: 917 more words

Diary