Those of you who know London well may recognise the swirling diagonal lines of the building called the Gherkin in this image, although the Gherkin’s facade is merely the canvas upon which an adjoining building is projected – presented as a series of disjointed strips. An abstraction. Another joy for the eye, courtesy of glass.
I had meant to write a longer post with a set of images, but that will have to wait for when I have a little more time. I spent most of yesterday in a car south of London viewing housing developments. And today has been spent hedging and mowing and clipping and trimming. Time is at a premium currently – there’s just so much to do. My viewing of your work remains limited for which I must apologise, and my thanks to all of you who continue to take the trouble to view mine – it’s much appreciated.