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Spotlight on: Claire Morgan


Claire Morgan is an irish visual artist best known for her geometric 3-d nature installations. She creates surreal moments frozen in time blending living materials, taxidermy and literature, to challenge the definition of art, time, movement and stillness. 78 more words

Kinetic Art

107°27'W x 42°15'N no. 4

In the West we are almost always dealing with drought. That’s just part of the territory of living in an arid environment where water is scarce. 62 more words


Last Asycoughfee Hall Museum Drop-in

Wednesday 25 February and our very last drop in session at Ayscoughfee.   We were happy to see our regular stitching ladies: Tracy, Di, Paula and friend Carol who have created some beautiful leaves for the exhibition and also very pleased to see a pack of birthday donuts…thanks so much Tracy!   71 more words

105°41'W x 41°34'N no. 21

Growing up and living in the rural west means you see a lot of abandoned buildings – old houses, schools, barns, etc. Many of them are falling down, and over the course of years you see the advancement of time as the vegetation takes over and the building slumps more and more. 63 more words


Christian Marclay at The White Cube and The Nether at The Duke of York

Christian Marclay


I visited the Christian Marclay exhibition at The White Cube with my husband, daughter and ten-year old granddaughter, who was a remarkably sophisticated commentator. 731 more words