I have no idea how many times I had walked down Museum Street and never noticed that one of the York stones had been signed by Peter Blake….
Posts under ‘art’
Fans of light trickery and abstract imagery should visit this exhibition before it ends on March 27th (and hope when they get there that it's not too crowded)…..
Superstar dollmaker Louise Evans aka the Felt Mistress was recently given the opportunity to run wild and fill Selfridges with monsters, designed with her boyfriend Jonathan Edwards. I went and took some photos before they all disappear again on Christmas Eve. Fradley Benford Austin Flisk and Skeechy Dwippford Mr & Mrs Treep, with the twins [...]
I keep going to exhibitions just as they're finishing, so it's always too late to tell anyone else about them. And lately I've been going to see exhibitions that have allowed me to take photos, so I've taken photos. And then I've posted them on Flickr, but neglected to even mention them on my blog. And it was pointed out to me that I'd neglected the blog quite a lot, so here's the first of some posts about exhibitions you can no longer go to.
Meet Sunday George who went off to have an adventure…
Last weeek I was supposed to go to Brighton for the day. I'd planned to attend a sewer tour with the Brighton Flickr group, and hoped to see the Charley Harper exhibition and had booked an advance train ticket to save money (less than a tenner instead of over twenty quid). Unfortunately, due to the [...]
A few days ago, I went to tThe Complete History of Food, presented by Bompas & Parr. Despite the fact that the title was a bit of a misnomer (there was nothing "complete" about their history, and, given that it was sponsored by a cognac company, it didn't really feel much like a history of food), it was an entertaining and unusual night out with two of my best pals, Nikki and Billy.