We—Studio-Maryel and myself—went to see the Matisse Cut-Outs exhibition at Tate Modern today (hurry, you all, only one week left). As it was impossible to get in we got the chance to see another amazing selection from the work of Louise Bourgeois on display now. I am so sorry about the photos’s quality but you may get the gist—it’s definitely something to see too.
So we went to the Nat. Portrait Gallery with studio-maryel last Friday to have some fun attending that late Friday Night drawing session. And let me say you better try it as well. It’s free, you don’t have to bring anything, you’ll be given pencil, eraser and paper or you can work into your sketchbook just as we did. You can draw, you can chat, you can walk in the rooms. Every Friday night…
Went to Windsor with lovely Miss studio-maryel today and bought a shedload of second hand stamps for cheap. And yes we left from Paddington.
The pleasure of wine according to L’Art de Boire: Préparer, Servir, Boire (1927) written by Louis Forest, illustrated by Charles Martin, and published by our favorite Établissements Nicolas as part of their Monseigneur le Vin series.
Often ideas do not come until one is actually putting something down, whether it is in words or forms. Then comes the hard work of refining the idea or of hacking it out of an amorphous mass; but sometimes, while giving shape to one idea, another idea is born.