Yesterday afternoon it was a little breezy but sunny too so I cycled down to the seaside on my bike to visit my favourite art deco heavenly building in Bexhill-on-Sea where I live to see the latest art exhibition and the annual august free sunday afternoon concerts and here are a few pictures of what I found...
Firstly a peak at my art deco delight, The De La Warr Pavilion
and now a postcard from the shop which is far better photography than mine !
and one of the stunning staircase and it's famous chairs
I saw the famous Anthony Gormley ( he made the Angel of the North) "Critical Mass" exhibiltion on the roof terrace, it was eery and beautiful
What do you think ? I feel very privledged to have this art gallery and theatre on my doorstep. They have recently been focussing on installations and I found a few interesting bits downstairs
like this Tomoko Takahashi installation inside a shed
I like it a lot, especially with Tchaikovsky playing when you poked your head inside the shed door
here's her explanation ...
Wow! What a day! I think I would have loved listening to that band in the sunshine!ReplyDelete
Your bunting looks delish... glad to see you could follow my shocking pattern!!!!!
Lots of love, Alice and raymond XX
Loving all the triangles around at the moment!ReplyDelete
thank you for your lovely comments xoxReplyDelete