Monthly Archives: May 2015

A very modern religion and the youth of today

Damien Hirst is an artist guaranteed to divide opinion, but like him or loathe him if there is a chance to see some of his work you should go, if only to find out what all the fuss is about. … Continue reading

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Questioning Luxury

Luxury (n) Possession and use of all appliances for gratifying the senses, a thing that one enjoys, a desirable thing that can be done without, luxurious surroundings. Luxurious (a) fond of, – self-indulgent, contributing to or full of – very … Continue reading

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Marvellous marbling

I’ve been out and about on another of the excellent workshops offered by the delightful Shirley at in Bognor Regis (Sussex, UK) This time I have been experimenting with marbling.  So what is that?  Well it is the … Continue reading

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Sculpture in the garden

This morning Mr PP and I went to visit a sculpture garden trail at Birtley House, Bramley near Guildford, Surrey (UK).  I have often driven past the gates to this event which happens yearly and is only open for 3-4 … Continue reading

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