Wednesday, March 12, 2014

From Southbank to Kendinsky

At the weekend, Tony,  a 6 month old and l, went to a Central London. On the way to the River Thames we came across this beautiful mural.

Don't you just love this quirky sign?

Then we had lunch in Giraffe.

We decided to go to Tate Modern Museum. On the way there, we saw this " knitting bombing ", on the railings at the Skate Boarding Arches.

Oh look .... a beach on the River Thames.

Oh look .... weird mirrors, as advertising boards.

Can you see me ?

Then l found these padlocks!

We saw this very quirky guy, running. Cheered up my day, for sure.

We have arrived at the Tate!

I think these Silver Birch are a work of art, in themselves.

Don't think l have ever seen the Turbine Hall empty before.

On the way home.

Today in my studio, the children started to create images inspired by the Russian Artist, Wassily Kendinsky.


Carole Reid said...

It's always so much fun going on trips via your camera. Thanks for sharing.

Lynda Howells said...

Thanks for readingxx