Visiting an art studio is an exciting way to find out about art. Many artists now open the doors of their art studio to visitors either at large organised events of as a solo event. Some artists have regular open days which can be a … Continue readingGet the most out of art studio visits- Without being overwhelmed
This Ambulance painting was inspired in an instant. Driving through Manchester on the way back south, I was taking a few snaps for inspiration (I wasn’t driving, in case you’re wondering.) Sirens, Sirens everywhere! As is always the case, it can be tricky to figure … Continue readingEmergency Run – Ambulance painting
Time to say Goodnight Thames! We have reached Day 30, the final day of our tour. Time to say a final farewell! Over the last 30 days we’ve wandered around this great city and the Thames has been close by. The Thames is the heart … Continue readingGoodnight Thames – all things come to an end…
You can’t fight City Hall! Or so the saying goes. Although I don’t think they were referring to London’s City Hall, just the notion of the powerful bureaucracy of a nameless city. City Hall’s a distinctive building on the south bank of the Thames. It … Continue readingCity Hall – can you beat it?
Taxis are everywhere you look in London. Unless you want one that is. Then you can wait ages before three turn up at once! Occasionally you may be in the enviable position of having a few vie for your trade but that’s as rare as hen’s … Continue readingLondon Taxi Marathon
Chelsea bridge spans the Thames. Is there anything as devisive as a bridge? Or maybe they’re a means of joining two halves together. It’s not always possible to determine which since Bridges can be seen in two ways. Bridges connect people or keep them apart. Looking at Chelsea … Continue readingChelsea Bridge, a Class Divide?