Good Friday Walk

Into Soho for a nice coffee and Pain au Raisin at Patisserie Valerie.

Bus to Victoria, then a walk down Vauxhall Bridge Road to Tate Modern.


Hot cross buns in Regent Street


My Great Grandfather, Thomas Goulden, was born here in 1862 – the family moved a year or so later to Vauxhall Bridge Road.


Tate Britain – empty this morning

Walked from the Tate along the Embankment to London Bridge, calling in to see the Royal Watercolour Society’s Spring Exhibition. Pleased to note 12 or so paintings sold, and the show runs until 20 April so there will be more sales over Easter.


By the time we reached the Embankment the sun had disapeared, but the River still looked magnificent.


About northoneartist

I live in London, I can see the top of the Shard from my window. I like making things and I mainly produce paintings which I exhibit and sell if the right person comes along!
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