Lorne — On today’s walk I followed the Sculpture Trail of the Lorne Biennale, approximately 3 K along this classic foreshore, stretching from the pier to the swinging bridge. The piece under examination in this photo is called the end, the beginning. I rather imagine the title is a side-glance reference to the ancient legend of the blind monks and an elephant. As I see it, the artist has challenged the...
London — I love the latest artwork to appear hanging in the Barlow Train Shed roof at St Pancras! It was unveiled yesterday but I had to wait until today before I had a chance to see it for the first time. I...
London — I went exploring another of central London’s many squares during my lunch break today - this time Queen Square, created in the early part of the 18th century. This statue caught my eye. It is of Quee...
Paradigm shift (although hopefully not!)
Fountain of Life
No planes in nowhere
Capture a river's energy in 50 feet of painted steel.
An afternoon of art - part 2
I wish I could ask him what he meant by this
Blind Men and an Elephant
The Queen of Queen Square
A weird water feature
A great British poet
Basking in the late autumn sun
the landscape is moving
Teenage Wasteland, Empire Drive-In
The concept of public art is boggling, if you stop to think about it.