Tag Archives: Art

Five (good) things on Friday

Hello again!  I’m so sorry to have been absent again for a while.  Still gradually recovering from the long-lasting bout of flu, which has left me with a wheezy cough and depleted energy levels.  But fortunately still able to enjoy … Continue reading

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The Gap Year: February

(A bit like London buses – you wait ages for a post to come along, and suddenly three appear all at once – the third on its way soon). Finally something (slightly) more conventionally adventurous, though I have to be … Continue reading

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Seeing differently: connections

I love those times when you see or become aware of something, and then as if by magic other connected or linked things start appearing too, often thick and fast. I wrote a little while back about Robert Frost, and … Continue reading

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Seeing differently: Forced Walks

Today I was privileged to go to an exhibition honouring Esther, the mother of one of the two artists who created the exhibition: Esther is a survivor of a Nazi death march from Hanover to Belsen (1945). The exhibition continues … Continue reading

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