It’s a dismal day or so some would say. Grey wet days on the Thames are a common occurrence. The only bright colours are the orange pod on the Eye and a few red streaks behind it. I can’t remember what they were. The drizzle, … Continue readingMisty wheel
This London Eye Painting shouts at you. Standing before this London Eye Painting, you cannot ignore it. The feeling of size, demands attention. There is an instant “Look at me!” sense as the image burns itself on your consciousness. This is no subtle piece. The … Continue readingLondon Eye Painting – Meditating on art.
Does September make you feel like new beginnings? There’s a feeling of new beginnings. Maybe it’s because I still have children at school or past memories of starting a new school term in September, but things always seem to change around now. This year even … Continue readingNew Art for a new Academic Year
The London Eye has captured public imagination. It’s dominant, impressive and overshadows everything around it. Near the London Eye is a statue. It too is impressive, but not on the scale of the London Eye but what it represents is arguably more impressive. It’s a … Continue readingLondon Eye at Night
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…
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