Graceful Art
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Graceful Art

Art has a long and painful history. Many ancient artifacts have been illegally removed or poached throughout the ages and many sacred architectural structures have been disrespected or destroyed so they finally fell into ruin over the centuries. The Parthenon on the Acropolis of Athens is no exception. The temple was originally dedicated to the goddess Athena … Continue reading

Abstract
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Abstract

Abstract is intangible and personal. It doesn’t attempt to represent reality, but is the mere  projection of an idea, an effect; distorted and subjective, rather a reflection of our own self than anything else. Some will only see a bunch of white balloons in the temporarily transformed Covent Garden, others a cloud, a mould formation or even … Continue reading

Dinnertime
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Dinnertime

Coming across such a quaint and quiet little alley in central London always surprises me. Only one street over from the main road, just a few minutes walk from Piccadilly Circus, yet all traffic noise is surprisingly absent and soft music fills the air. Outdoor tables on a heated terrace make this spot perfect for an early dinner … Continue reading