This is a post about Twitter, politics, art, and the value of money. Continue reading
One of the things I remember my Dad emphasising when I was at school was the importance of a “well-rounded education”. Continue reading
To an outside observer, art on the Wirral could be hard to find. Continue reading
The White Pube: Nanny Cam, 11th June 2017 Continue reading
Forgive me if you think I’ve overthought this.
Last week, Liverpool was at the centre of a bit on an international artistic kerfuffle.
A couple of weeks ago, I was in the Lady Lever Art Gallery for a friend’s piano recital (which was lovely). Having the luxury of time that particular afternoon, I went for a wander around the galleries. And of course, I eventually came to this. Continue reading
When I set up this blog, my aim was to reach out and appeal to people who don’t usually think much about art. That aim inspires me to write every piece I write with an accessible tone. But recently, I’ve been thinking about why this “accessible tone” is needed in the first place. And the more I think, the more I worry. Continue reading
This is the first in this series which I’m writing on request, rather than from my own inspiration. Continue reading
I’ve mentioned Constructivism a few times recently Continue reading