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He does not ….

MIlton Keynes is a funny place – a small American style city plonked down in the middle of rural north Buckinghamshire.   I always find that as this was a city designed with the car in mind it is always very … Continue reading

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Project LV One – Day 206 – Were these works…art or pornography?

    WARNING:  This post contains an image which some people might find offensive…if you are one of those people then please don’t read on….you have been warned. Yesterday I visited the latest exhibition at the Courtauld Gallery, Egon Schiele:  The … Continue reading

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Project LV One – Day 133 – Bankside

Yesterday I spent the day in London at the Tate Modern, a converted power station opposite the City of London.   Most of the building is empty space which is probably the best metphor for much of the artistic endeavours … Continue reading

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Jack Vettriano

Today I visited the first major retrospective of the work of one of the most controversial artists working in Britain today – Jack Vettriano. It is not that is subject matter is in anyway radical or offensive, far from it, … Continue reading

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Leicester City Council – Communion

via leicester.gov.uk A wonderful little exhibition interesting pastel work, something I’m interested in at the moment. Small, compact and will leave you with an urge to work with pastels or is that just me? Probably. Continue reading

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