Thursday, 25 September 2014

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In the V&A

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I took these photos on a previous trip to Berlin. The amount of work involved here must have been huge. Like any show it is better to see it on the stage rather than on television. Go and see it and you will be impressed!

Tuesday, 19 May 2009

Names Of The Sculptor

I am very grateful to the many people who send me emails or comments about the sculptors who produced these wonderful works.

In many cases I know the sculptor, date and country of origin and have purposely left out this detail because I have chosen these works on merit only. I do not want them to have any "baggage or label" to prejudice the visitor.

Nevertheless, I can see the merit also of having such details somewhere on the site so that visitors do not have to ask me or move on disgruntled! There are quite a lot however that I do not know so I really do welcome anyone with information that will make this blog more rewarding.

Thank you Anonymous for your many comments I will add them as soon as my exhibition in London starts on the first of June in Cork Street. I now have time only to drink coffee and beaver on!

Saturday, 7 March 2009

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Anonymous said... The piece is "Time's Passage" by Jay Hall Carpenter.

Robert said…

I love the earthiness, truthfulness, you can almost smell her! She's not beautiful, she does not have the ideal figure but we have that little extra magic which is often missed in a small photo.