Dear Teenage Fanclub, Thank you for three lovely nights in Birmingham. You have been my favourite band for 27 years and I think you are great. Love from Peggy (age 45) I met up with a group of friends that I’ve known since we were teenagers. These days we all live in different towns all … More Dear #TeenageFanclub …
I had really good fun at the local community portrait painting workshop this weekend! There were free drinks and nibbles and a chance to meet new people with Plympton St Maurice Civic Association and local artist Jill Griffin. It was great to have painting and drawing as a social event, chatting with others, without working to … More Drink and Draw Workshop to Create ‘Tapestry of Faces’
When you hear about an art exhibition do you ever get caught by thoughts that say… “Art is just for rich people.” “I don’t understand art.” “How can art change the world or solve a problem?” This art event with a difference defied many common assumptions people make about exhibitions, as pieces of artwork hung … More The Earth Without Art is Just “Eh”
I recently went to Peckham, London for my friend’s wedding and discovered this installation by Katharina Grosse at South London Gallery, ‘This Drove My Mother Up The Wall.’ The painted room is accompanied by two thought provoking documentary films. I couldn’t resist taking photos of my friends enjoying this colourful space. This quirky three minute … More This Art Exhibit is Just an Empty Room – And it’s Amazing!