Family struck down with some form of virus - not a happy team.
Here are some pictures from The National Gallery and The National Portrait Gallery.
The ones with the blurred people are not a mistake - I was trying to do something about calmness and movement.
You can find more shots from around the world at Our World Tuesday.
sorry about the illness! some interesting art!ReplyDelete
Hello, love the art work. I hope the family is feeling better now! Happy Monday, enjoy the new week ahead!ReplyDelete
I could do a handstand...if I wanted to...and I didn't mind being in bed for the next monthReplyDelete
It looks like it's a fascinating exhibition...much time could be pleasantly lost wandering around there.ReplyDelete
I am drawn to the vibrant red, orange and greenReplyDelete
Hope the family is feeling better
The half face is kind of disturbing....but I liked the colorful painting.ReplyDelete
Now I know what to say when my pictures are blurry !! "I was trying to do something about calmness and movement." Thanks for the tour..Beautiful artwork and great pictures of it!!ReplyDelete
I love those first shots!ReplyDelete
Hope the virus soon goes away. I like some of these but not others! Cheers DianeReplyDelete
That's quite an interesting exhibition Stewart. Hope everyone is healthy by now. Thanks for the visit.ReplyDelete
Not at all what I usually find at your place here ... but I enjoyed the gallery tour. Sorry 'bout the "bug" and hope everybody is well or at least well on the way to well by now.ReplyDelete
hope all is fine in your blessed world .i enjoyed the visit to this rare looking placeReplyDelete
cool place. Love the images at the end with blurred folks on them :)ReplyDelete
My art apreciation class would love to visit there StewartReplyDelete
There is a lot of sickness around, hope everyone is better soon. That blurred people shot is rather ghostly and maybe appropriate for Canberra! Ho Ho Ha !ReplyDelete
Hope everyone is feeling better ... I know being sick is not a happy time especially for children ... Be well soon.ReplyDelete
I like your experiment with the people ... I think it works well though I might of interpreted it as a focus the many people who are enthralled with the art. The first "portrait" is fascinating. I wonder if the model really wanted his bones exposed ... no privacy any more :)
Andrea @ From the Sol
this was so enjoyable. I really like every single image.ReplyDelete
Very nice! I like them all. Especially the one with people (or their essence) standing in front of what I assume is the Grand Canyon.ReplyDelete