In the 16th Century, Queen Elizabeth I of England visited her favorite at Kenilworth Castle. Today it lies in ruins but history still walks amongst its stones and leaves it mark. Advertisements Continue reading Kenilworth Castle
This weekend I enjoyed being part of millionaires’ country house party. Not a real one – you understand. But a rather clever way of dressing up a tour of the National Trust’s Upton House near Banbury. As each visitor arrived, we were greeted as your Grace, your Worship etc by a lady in flapper-esque attire and assured that our servants would be already unloading your … Continue reading Visitors from the future
As a devout Roman Catholic, the Scottish Sculptor, Hew Lorimer, believed that an artist’s work was just an extension of God’s creativity. At his studio at Kellie Castle, Fife, is written his quote: I came to see that human is not what is paramount in the creative process; what is paramount is ‘The Creation’ and He who created it and that what the true artist … Continue reading Art is God’s Creation too!