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June 2, 2018

Boy oh boy was I a little puritan growing up. Irish Catholicism  doesn't leave much room for the erotic ( it didn't leave any room and wasn't mentioned)- however i've worked through the guilt and hopefully you don't have to and if you do good luck, there is light at th...

January 26, 2018

Our first person of renown, brains and learning to answer the questionnaire is Professor Mary Beard (no not Mary Berry, she makes cakes and there is not yet a Professor of Cakes- oh what unenlightened times we live in -when will we learn ? ) of Cambridge University. Pr...

January 15, 2018

The aim of this site is to explore how we are inspired by sculpture. With this in mind I asked some of our current thought leaders and creative types  to share with us their most inspiring busts and sculptures. 

To do this I designed my World Famous...

January 14, 2018

I love Bromley and have made it my home for over 20 years. I chose to live here and its done me and my family well for many years. Like all places that punch above their weight culturally it has a contradictory nature best bookended , in my opinion, by two quotes "Brom...

January 5, 2018

Zachary Eastwood Bloom's recent exhibition, Divine Principles, at the Pangolin Gallery in London's famous King's Cross was for me all about the physical presence of scultpure.The sculptures are classical and in-transition. We can't escape the classical past as it still...

November 3, 2017

Sometimes I see a work and i'm home, connected. I can rarely explain why and if i hear the artists description of what and why they  make what they make it rarely tallies  with why i like it or how i interpret it if indeed i interpret it at all. However it can happen t...

October 29, 2017

I'm back after a break and raring to go, to spring into action after a long period of stasis: 

Before I knew the term I saw its importance. The sense of possibility, a story to be told; a person in time who has just been moving and is about to move. 

To think so much can...

August 6, 2017

After a recent visit to Chatsworth House a friend of mine wrote this short piece for me featuring one of the famous/infamous Mitford sisters (google them and be amazed and alarmed -one of them fell in love with Hitler and another married the British fascist leader Oswa...

July 31, 2017

I visited St Pancras International and Kings Cross London. 

lots to see in the newly done up, formerly notorious, Kings Cross area. High end hotels where 20 years ago you could hire rooms by the hour for nefarious purposes if that was your bag. Now home to Google, St Ma...

June 9, 2017

In this blog i hope to discuss any 3D figurative(ish) art that inspires, intrigues or somehow gives me a jolt. My first outing will be to Kings Cross St Pancras Station in London to take a look at the state of British public art. I will try to expand on my slightly con...