I visited the Paul Nash show at Tate Britain, a powerful Exhibition. He was a war artist as well as producing a huge amount of work, but he was always true to himself; his art was for ‘him’. His painting of ‘Hill 60’ was so emotionally powerful. He was not there when his comrades died there, and you can sense his feelings by just looking at it. He said: ‘I am no longer an artist. I am a messenger to those who want the war to go on forever, and may it burn their lousy souls’.
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Before Christmas, we went to the Seven Stories Museum – the National Centre for Children’s
To look at ‘Architecture’ the children were asked to design a Wild Life Visitors’ Centre.