Monthly Archives: October 2013

Art through a Webb

The Webb I refer to is Kenneth Webb (b. 1927).  #KennethWebb is an English painter who has been influenced by colour – colour in nature and in natural forms.  Since 1953, when he was appointed Head of the Painting School at … Continue reading

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Art Unrealized

Like architects and designers, artists at times develop and produce sketches and plans for works with which they vie against others to have produced or commissioned.  The other day, I bought an artwork of a proposed rail station by the … Continue reading

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Art Broken

When I began collecting , I decided and have continued with the idea that if an art piece caught my attention it was worthy of being added into my collection.  This actually means that even broken pieces have entered into … Continue reading

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