Category Archives: sculpture

The Thinker

Making me smile . . . . * ‘Some look at things that are, and ask why. I dream of things that never were and ask why not?’ George Bernard Shaw. Advertisements

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The Way

John 14:6 ‘Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me.’ † † Luke 10:42 ‘Mary hath chosen the best part, which shall not be taken away … Continue reading

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Edgar Degar 1834-1917

Wonderful      Wonderful     Wonderful. Funds and circumstances havent allowed me to step outside of Britain for 18 years.  But last week my daughter was blessed with a very special gift from her 91-year-old fairy Godmother.  A weekend … Continue reading

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My old car was sold for far less than it was worth to me.  My old car many people thought was an ugly car.  My old car was lovingly resurrected after it’s borderline write off. Frighteningly and severely crunched in … Continue reading

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Psyche Revived by Cupid’s Kiss

I recently quoted Pope Benedict XVI who said “Only when body and soul are united can eros be healed and be restored to its true grandeur” Well this is one of my all time favourite sculptures, which I first discovered … Continue reading

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My Obiturary and Gabriel OROZCO

Today it is only my 41st birthday and I have thoughts about my obituary, (a distant family member aged 41 has unexpectedly died, she, the mother of three.)  And it’s all thanks to the latest Gabriel OROZCO exhibition at the … Continue reading

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Alpha, Omega and Epstein’s Adam.

This week I went to the Royal Academy of Art to see the Modern British Sculpture exhibition.  There were several impressive pieces, one of which was Adam by Sir Jacob Epstein.  Carved out of alabaster in 1938/39, all two ton … Continue reading

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