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Stunning exhibition at the RA with some fine architectural pieces and 3D works. The Cave is a walk through installation – if you’re brave enough to go through a dark passage.  It leads to the Host – a whole room flooded with sea water and sand  (to follow) . Almost abstract when reduced to the basics

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…from Sea Life. Still so many fascinating images to explore. Not a fish but a free swimming marine animal with an umbrella shaped bell and trailing tentacles.  Lovely movers but some have deadly stings.

Jelly-fish

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It’s a fish that looks like an equine creature. The name hippokampos actually suggests it as a sea monster. Not sure it looks that scary, though. Like the fact that the male carries the eggs and that the young emerge fully formed.

Sea-Horse

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Not sure what to think of Sea Life (the London Aquarium) in London. But should provide some visual interest….

Turtles-on-a-ledge

 

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One or two scallops?

Seaworld

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Pretty little cosmos daisies, easy to grow and simple to paint. But nothing too botanical!

Daisies

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Ed brought in a lovely ‘traditional’ still life. A little like Mma Ramotswe in the McCall novels, it was big and bold? The twist was that he also provided images of Samuel Peploe’s striking works. (A little way to go ! )

Still-life-with-blue-vase-a

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