Monthly Archives: May 2015

Pond sightings

I’ve been exploring Regents Park and spent some time yesterday admiring its bird population from a viewing pond with a handy chart of its avian inhabitants and where they hail from. So many tiny ones! A whole flotilla of Shelducks, some sophisticated … Continue reading

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Thinking of You pop-up exhibition

Last Thursday there was a pop-up exhibition at the House of Illustration, organised by the Kathmandu Contemporary Arts Centre (KCAC) arts charity. Original artworks of postcard-size were put up for sale without the artists’ names – you can see a list of … Continue reading

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National Gallery Sketching

A friend and I took our sketchbooks to London’s National Gallery one evening. There was a fantastic exhibition of paintings by Peder Balke on, most of them on very small boards but huge in their dramatic brushstroke stormclouds, swirling waves, sudden light-points … Continue reading

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