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Curving iron and stone II

Hotel Hannon, 1903 (fish eye) Jules Brunfaut built this magnificent manor house for his childhood friend Édouard Hannon who lived there from 1904-1965 .  The building is now open to the public and shows experimental photography exhibitions.  The interior looks incredible from images I have … Continue reading

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Curving iron and stone I

I’ve not looked at any Art Nouveau since my school days – despite it being the Art Nouveau works by creative geniuses such as Gustav Klimt and Victor Horta that got me hooked on art in the first place. During a … Continue reading

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Flemish-Baroque Architecture, Brussels

L’ Eglise Saint-Jean-Baptiste au Béguinage is an incredible Flemish-Baroque building (completed in 1676) that I discovered in Brussels this month.  It is situated just north of the Grande Place, close to Place Sainte-Catherine.  The above image of the front facing external facade appears to … Continue reading

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Weathered Stone + English Gothic Architecture

I thought it would be appropriate to share some graves, fine English Gothic Architecture and incredible stone, as this month’s blog has landed on Halloween.  I have visited Whitby in North Yorkshire many times and many of my childhood holidays were spent there. … Continue reading

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Concrete Lectern

A concrete lectern I have been working on for St Edmunds church in Chingford.  I took a few photos early this morning outside the studio before taking it to the church. A bronze strip is set into the top surface … Continue reading

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ok, I think this is the most behind I’ve been with my blog.. been busy in the studio – hope to catch up soon with the previous blog and this months

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From the Perspective of the Artist in Residence

My computer seems to have broken down! so this month’s blog is going to be delayed slightly…

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