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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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More from Sea Life – the London Aquarium. A glimpse of the ocean’s kelp forest with a host of sea anemones and an oddly placed, inhabited piece of pottery…

Fish-in-a-jar-with-urchins

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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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A few minutes walk from the overground station at Hampstead, this is one of thirty ponds on the heath. Overlooked by a row of houses this is one of the larger ponds and is a nature reserve.

Hampstead-Pond

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The Dale Chihuly glass sculptures are magnificient and colourful. But in the Lily House the white ‘blooms’ showed the newly flowering lilies to perfection and the reflections of the sculptures in the water made for an interesting backdrop. More to come….

Lilies-with-three-buds

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The annual exhibition is an exciting time. It’s now up and running and can’t wait for the Private View…..The Ham & High has given us a good write up, under a section called the Highgate Colourists.

Ham & High 25th Oct 2018

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