Monthly Archives: February 2013

Royal Watercolour Society Spring Exhibition

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The Royal Watercolour Society Open Competition 2013

The successful entries are on show at Bankside Gallery, 48 Hopton Street, London SE1 9JH, until the 3 March, from 11-6 every day. You can also see the Prizewinners. The exhibition shows a wide variety of subject matter and style … Continue reading

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A loaf of Bread

I made a loaf of bread, and since I have just watched the Oscars, I would like to thank my lovely sister Henrietta who gave me the book of recipes, Dan Lepard who wrote the book, Doves Farm flour, Hovis … Continue reading

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One day at a time

Just coasting along as usual, bit of this, bit of that when suddenly blasted into unknown territory – we need publicity/editorial at the RWS/Bankside Gallery so when I got a call from Garry Jenkins promoting the Bankside area, with the … Continue reading

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Thomas Heatherwick’s 38 bus

My first trip on the new 38 bus! Been going on this route from Angel, Islington to Shaftesbury Avenue for a very long time. The fare was 3d when I first used this bus – Thomas Heatherwick’s new design is … Continue reading

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Cakes in Regent Street

Cake seems not quite the right word for these perfectly shaped confections

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Sentimental Journey

  The etching above is by Edward Bawden and shows Liverpool Street Station in the 1930’s. This station means a lot to me, because I grew up in Essex and it was the way in to London. We would come … Continue reading

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