First here is the start of a watercolour from Turner Contemporary’s Café that I painted there this afternoon, this is pretty much everything I could see above the height of my eyes. With a bit of luck I will go back and finish it off some other time.
My understanding was that this all happens on St George’s day, April 23rd 2016 when Turner Contemporary will be 5, JWM Turner will be 241 and St George 1741, but when I wound up there around lunchtime today there was this big yellow cake.
Cake photography is a specialist business and I immediately realised that I was completely outclassed
Meanwhile back in my bookshop people worked http://michaelsbookshop.blogspot.co.uk/2016/04/the-night-manager-in-bookshop.html
What are you reading at the moment? I have the following on the go:- popular fiction, the Third Twin by Ken Follett, demanding novel, Hopeful Monsters by Nichols Mosley, non fiction, Sprits’l A Portrait of Sailing Barges and Sailormen by Richard-Hugh Perks. With this in mind I thought I would engage in some amateur literary criticism. I looked on the internet, strewth the things people say…