Friday, 8 June 2007

The summer show

Had fun last night not a cheap date with my sister but hey we only live once. We met at the Royal Academy to see the Summer exhibition and whilst it is fashionable to sneer at this annual jamboree of amateur meets professional it’s always an interesting event.
Not much caught my eye and some of it was truly awful, mostly from artists who should know better, yes, you know who you are Mr Hockney. The images above are from three artists whose work I at the exhibition was lovely.
No 1. Is by Arthur Neal represented by the lovely Lynne Strover Gallery
No 2. Is by Trevor Sutton who like me seems to have a bit of a stripe addiction he is represented by
No 3. My absolute favourite is by Harland Miller perfect on every level colour, composition and humour what more could you want for £5000. More of his work can be seen at
We ate delicious dim sum at Yautcha and then a pint at The Coach and Horses, Soho, perfect.

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