For anyone who might be traveling to London this winter, you might also be interested to learn that the National Maritime Museum will launch a new exhibition, Turner and the Sea, on November 22.
I wrote last week’s post from the (somewhat) sunny Shuswap, where I spent a few days visiting relatives, kayaking, watching the sockeye salmon run in the Adams River, and reading up on the Battle of Trafalgar for next week. Since I returned, just in time for the Canadian Thanksgiving weekend, I’ve had to sleep on the floor in my studio. It’s a long story, Continue reading
I’ve been meaning to post about Joseph Mallord William Turner for quite a while. Like other aspects of this blog, however, that got put on the back burner until a few days ago, when, while reading about his oeuvre, I thought, if I’d had a chance to meet this guy, we probably would have had a lot to talk about! Continue reading