Turner: Old and New

Yesterday popped down to London for the day to have lunch with some GCN friends. Before meeting up with them and going for a time of silent prayer before we actually ate, (All Saints, Margaret Street is a beautiful church), we headed off to the Tate Britain.

The main purpose of the detour to Milbank was to see the Turner Prize exhibition before it closed, and for me to show TOH why I think she looks like a model from a classical painting, (alas The Lady of Shallot was on tour, as was all the Waterhouse stuff). Anyway whilst we were there we also had fun wandering around Turner and the Masters, laughing and joking as we expressed our satisfaction in the stuff we liked and took the piss out of what we didn’t, aswell as pretentious types trying to show off to their friends.

All in all a good day where the best bit was getting to catch up with some good friends again and the chance to make some new acquaintences.

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  1. I completely agree, I think your OH looks like a model from a classicaly painting too! 🙂 Hope you all had a good time, was sorry to have missed it but catching up on sleep was also good! x

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