Cows About Cambridge 2021 – Trail Review

“A new herd about town brings a dash of colour and creative flair to the banks of the River Cam with the arrival of Cows about Cambridge from Wild in Art. This new sculpture event in the traditional university city takes place across the city over the Summer Months providing an opportunity for residents and visitors alike to discover an enjoyable and colourful display of artistry from local schools and community groups. There are 90 statues to discover on your trail divided between 44 large cow statues on the streets and in the open spaces in the city and 46 smaller calves to find in stores and museums throughout Cambridge.” Continue reading Cows About Cambridge 2021 – Trail Review

Manga Exhibit 2019 – British Museum, London: Retrospective Review

“Manga at the British Museum┬áthat started its tour on the 23rd May 2019 and concluded on the 26th August charted the origins and rise of this art style from the earliest interpretations and designs through to the fundamental cultural shift as Japanese society and its ethos changed following the second world war and through to its current iterations and style.” Continue reading Manga Exhibit 2019 – British Museum, London: Retrospective Review

Chihuly Exhibit 2019 – Kew Gardens, London

“An assortment of breath-taking and stunning blown glass art work awaited you throughout 2019 as the American artist Dale Chihuly brought an assortment of his most prestigious and exclusive works to Kew Gardens that ran from 13th April into the winter months. Visitors not only had the opportunity to visit and tour at their leisure during the day but towards the middle of the year a reserved expansion of the exhibit launched, Chihuly at night which afforded the opportunity to view and experience this artistry at dusk and night, lit up and on display providing a unique perspective to enjoy. Having enjoyed the marvel and spectacle of Kew at Christmas for the past three years, without a moment’s pause as an attraction and destination they have a proven record of hosting these exhibitions in such a unique and moving atmosphere.” Continue reading Chihuly Exhibit 2019 – Kew Gardens, London

Turner’s Modern World Exhibit – Tate Britain, London

“The history and collection of the great Romantic artist J.M.W Turner is on show with this new exhibition at the Tate Britain running from October into the Spring of next year. Already a home to a substantial collection of his portfolio, this new exhibit is a narrative of his life and style from his earliest works to his latter day compositions and many of the artists who were influenced and inspired by his direction. Fortuitous to be living through a transformation of the nation around him as the country emerged from a chaotic and turbulent chapter of the Industrial revolution, it is a remarkable journey to follow” Continue reading Turner’s Modern World Exhibit – Tate Britain, London

Christmas at Kew 2020 – Kew Gardens, London

“It is one of the highlights of the festive season in the capital, a host of wonderfully crafted and designed installations located around the gardens with a predetermined route guiding you around the night time environment. It looks amazing with audio accompaniment from a variety of known classical compositions in addition to selected festive favourites. Unlike the brash and garish lights of the city, there is something almost cathartic and healing seeing these types of illuminations intertwined with nature in how it is presented.” Continue reading Christmas at Kew 2020 – Kew Gardens, London

Brass, Steel and Fire: Exhibit Review – Science Museum, London

“The latest exhibit to the Science Museum in London is one of its smallest, both in size and stature. Celebrating the age of experimentation when a swathe of individuals in a variety of professions experimented with the design and constructions of miniature locomotives to form the basis of the Industrial Revolution in the Victorian era. These models and their counterparts would be transported around the world, use to highlight the ingenuity of British innovation, and they all begun in model form.” Continue reading Brass, Steel and Fire: Exhibit Review – Science Museum, London