This is a close up of the wool strands
The softness of the flow against the wonderful medieval carvings of the High Altar was stunning and very moving. It is in place for the whole of Lent. There is a talk by the artist this Sunday(March 16) at 12.45.
Back out into the sunshine I wandered along the edge of the Thames to the Tate Modern.
Didn't quite expect the fun I had. We like the familiar, I think, so the Mondrian
but I had the most fun with these.
Dan Flavin, this room had flourescent lights on one wall which threw shadows onto the opposite wall. As people walked throught the room you could see their shadows in various colours but I couldn't really see my own. Fascinating.
This young man kindly stood still for me.
and this is my shadow
Gorgeous colour.Gerhard Richter again, 11 panes of glass which gave a blurred impession and almost a sense that you could see though yourself.
Just looks like a rather blurred photograph really but you had to be there. Back outside, sun still shining I took the "wobbly bridge" across the river