These chaps above have all gone to new homes as well as the finished version of the one below. In many ways I prefer the one below to the final. I’m sure they’ve all gone to good homes. The bike drawing has been sold for charity, so I am particularly pleased about that. It was bought by a chap who’s friend is greatly into motorbikes. The charity that will benefit is Headway. This one’s for charity
Hoping for a fine day today so that I can find new homes for some of the others, but it’s been a good week anyway.
Interestingly, the drawing that has had the most reaction is the one on the poster below and still no one mentions the bear,like it’s normal to have a stuffed bear in the loft.
A quick tour of the exhibition.
Thanks to all those people who have dropped by in the last few days and to those of you out there worldwide who have dropped in here.
You can see more of what’s on in the show right here:My site where you can buy prints of many of the images that I have in the show.
Here are some of the exhibits from the Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition which I enjoyed and if you’ll excuse the pun, from my perspective.
I rather like the way people lean when looking at pictures as if to look around them, or perhaps as in this case as he did not lean, the image was talking to him into those lovely big ears.
This is two pieces, a sculpture and a painting behind. Someone being clever here with the curating. Clever curator!
And then last of the series I took is this one, it must have been done pre Brexit and speaks volumes.
I suspect that this exhibition is over now, but yesterday I took in the Picasso Portraits one at the National Portrait Gallery, not allowed to photograph anything there which was a shame. For my money I enjoyed the Summer Exhibition much more and thought the National Portrait people had put on a poor show, dull rooms and home movies of the man himself did nothing for me. Not all the drawings were that good either. Picasso has so much outstanding work, some in here but not all.You should be told, it’s expensive to visit.