Yesterday I woke up and had a realisation that I had no to-do list for the day and that the sun was shining - a rare combination of events indeed, and suddenly I caught the scent of adventure!
I took myself off for a little day out to Liverpool, my main plan was to have a mooch around the Tate and re-visit the Leonora Carrington and Cathy Wilkes exhibitions, and I'm so very glad that I did. I must confess that I like to mooch around galleries on my own, I am an obsessive note-taker, and I am aware that it's a little bit of an anti-social habit. So armed with my notebook and a selection of pens - just in case one runs out, I've been caught-short before so now I go prepared - I set off on my adventure around the gallery. I thought I would share some of the lovely things that I saw...
I started on the Ground Floor, with the György Kepes exhibition of photographs
Leaf with Leaves and Prism 1939
Lily and Egg, 1939 © estate of György Kepes
I moved on up to the DLA Piper Series: Constellation
Sophie Brzeska by Henri Gaudier-Brzeska, 1913 © Tate
And the Living Room exhibition, which is a really rather clever concept, it's full of the every-day bits and bobs that make up home.
Bathroom Mirror, by Patrick Caulfield 1968 © The estate of Patrick Caulfield
To Be Continued...Part Two Coming Soon!