Expressionism, Cubism and Vorticism at Higgins Bedford

I have developed a real love of Vorticism and the artists associated with that movement.  When this exhibition popped up, I had to make a decision whether a 90 minute drive was worth the chance that I would see some of the works of my favourite artists... it was! This exhibition was beautifully lit and … Continue reading Expressionism, Cubism and Vorticism at Higgins Bedford

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Merry Go Round

As a child, many summers were spent at Butlins in Skegness. I dreaded these trips for many reasons, but once I was allowed to wander off on my own, I would always head for the Merry Go Round -this one, in fact:   Quite why I wanted to trap myself on this perpetual ride to nowhere … Continue reading Merry Go Round

Rock Drill

This beauty is one of the most striking exhibits at BMAG. Every time I visit, I have to go and marvel again at what Epstein was trying to produce.  The original sculpture, at the Tate, seems so lonely when you visit it, that you do wonder what would happen if another reconstruction could take place. … Continue reading Rock Drill