Tuesday, 29 September 2015

Tate St Ives Rivane Neuenschwander

This is an installation at Tate St Ives by Rivane Neuenschwander called I wish your wish. It is a room full of ribbons with wishes printed on them. The wishes- 60 in all came from the people in St Ives. The idea is for visitors to take a ribbon and tie it to their wrists, when the ribbon falls off the wish is granted. When you take a ribbon you replace it with your own wish and so it is self feeding (as she describes it). We  had a tour of the Tate and enjoyed it more with better insight and background to the work. It closes now until next summer as they are building an extension deep in the bedrock.

Saturday, 12 September 2015

Newark Park

A view of the summerhouse at Newark Park from the opposite side of the lake. Looking for inspiration for our next exhibition there in June.

Friday, 11 September 2015

Alison's butterfly piece casting shadows on the wall

Nature in Art

Seagulls in the sunshine casting shadows on the gallery wall.

Saturday, 5 September 2015

missing picture

After a very successful exhibition at Nature in Art, it was very sad that while packing away, someone stole a beautiful picture of Linda Babbs from the back of  the
car in the car park.  This is the picture.