I’m following along with Exploring the Senses, a lovely e-course from Susannah Conway, and today’s email had me thinking lots about colour and particularly red. I don’t have lots of time this evening, but I had a bit of a creative burst and photographed a few bits at work as I was waiting for Mike… Continue reading Seeing Red
A few more pictures from the Jaume Plensa exhibition at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park. I love the presentation of the first two faces; I think this shows off the amazing countryside setting of the Yorkshire Sculpture Park, right through to the field behind being ploughed just as I was taking the picture. The heads… Continue reading Faces (122 of 365)
One of our favourite discoveries this year has been the Yorkshire Sculpture Park near Wakefield. It’s created on the old Bretton Estate, which once provided a home to Bretton Hall, a college for arts and teaching students. I studied theatre and dallied with music, and so Bretton Hall was fairly clearly on my radar… Continue reading Student Halls Revisited
One of the installations at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park was this set of pieces based on bales of hay. We both thought these were great; nothing difficult to interpret and brought out a smile in each of us. I wish I’d been just a little to the right when taking this set of three. But… Continue reading Round (21 of 365)
MrC chose our weekend outing for this week; we’ve said for ages that we’d both like to go to the Yorkshire Sculpture Park and finally got around to going yesterday. The weather was amazing; short-sleeve weather with a lovely light wind (enough wind, in fact, for me not to realise that the sun was catching… Continue reading Yorkshire Sculpture Park
Fabulous day out today at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park, more of which when I have a little more time.