Sunday, January 24, 2010

Hockney, birds and sewing on buttons.

1. At the art gallery here in Tunbridge Wells, we are lucky enough to have an exhibition of David Hockney's Brother's Grimm prints. We go together and enjoy Hockney's wonderful imagination (Rumplestilchen tears himself in half, quarters and then into tiny pieces), his skill at the medium (I enjoyed the contrast between the heap of straw and heap of gold) and his acute observation (loved the enchantress' hairy chin).

2. We view a house, and I spot a guide to British birds in the sitting room, and an improvised birdtable on the hedge.

3. I have finally got round to securing the buttons on my coat -- they've been dangling on long (but well secured) threads for weeks, and looking really untidy. We put a radio play on (a Big Finish Doctor Who) and before I know it, the job is done.

1 comment:

  1. I like your blog and it really has fun things to read about. I was wondering what a hockney was.. a person.. got it now.

    The button part reminded me of a button I need to have sewn.

    Thank you for sharing this fun post.

    Tom Bailey

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