Why taking it slow in an art gallery could change your life | Art and design | The Guardian

https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/shortcuts/2018/jul/24/why-taking-it-slow-in-an-art-gallery-could-change-your-life This is a really interesting read as I went to Hepworth Wakefield today for Lee Miller and Surrealism in Britain and did just that: slowly looked. I was thrilled to discover my girl crush, Leonora Carrington there with 'Pastoral' from 1950 and I just looked. In dappled sunlight, the stream flowed, the reeds and … Continue reading Why taking it slow in an art gallery could change your life | Art and design | The Guardian

Hepworth Wakefield Highlights

Here's what cheered me up no end at the Hepworth: First the building and the surrounding views: Three David Hockneys - all created on an iPad!   This fantastic Peter Brook - can't beat a bit of Northern industrial landscapes! A moody Atkinson Grimshaw Miro 🙂 My house...I wish! Some languid Henry Moores More Barbara … Continue reading Hepworth Wakefield Highlights

Stanley Spencer – Of Angels and Dirt – Hepworth Wakefield

When I went to Cookham earlier in the year, it was a lovely warm day and the little gallery was a joy:  Springtime in Cookham But, yesterday's trip had a very different feel to it - weather was a bit grim and somehow, Spencer's work left me feeling a little despondent at first. In fact, … Continue reading Stanley Spencer – Of Angels and Dirt – Hepworth Wakefield