Black and White Sunday

The wyvern-topped Baroque-styled gate commissioned by Lady Powis in 1912. Join Paula for more Black and White Sunday treats.

Art ‘en plein air’

There is a garden, tucked away down one of the maze of winding streets in St Ives, which is visited more for its artwork than its floral attributes. The Barbara Hepworth Sculpture Garden sits in a tranquil green oasis amidst the tightly packed houses and crowded streets teeming with the noise of excited children, screeching gulls…

Henry Moore’s Arch

Moore’s fibreglass Arch has been reinstalled at RHS Wisley in Surrey (2012)  after spending several months in Paris on exhibition at the Musee Rodin. It is located at the top of Battleston Hill, and in spring it is surrounded by the spectacular woodland area famous for the flamboyant rhododendrons and azaleas. From a distance they create a dazzling…