When you get invited to see a block buster exhibition of a major rock band at your favourite […]
It has been a few years now since the Art Workers Guild 125 Years book was published. However, today […]
A rather beautiful day today – with the weather making me smile, I attended my parents’ anniversary luncheon […]
On a recent visit into London I popped into the Virginia Woolf exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery. […]
Lara was snapped by Photographer Gary Lee for Press Agencies, The Times and other papers to accompany reviews […]
Lara continues to write for Huffington Post. Please click on photo to take you to the article.
Today I took myself over to a spot in the Cotswolds that a friend of mine had told […]
Something by a fellow Twitter friend caught my eye this evening: news about Roald Dahl’s shed and how they want to raise £500k to move it down the road in great Missenden to the museum and fully restore it. Like Scott and Shackleton’s Cabins in the Antarctic, I am sure that piece by piece the items (toys, scraps of paper etc) on the table will be placed back exactly as found.
Getting onto a train with a large suitcase, a bag of Tassotti Boxes and a Billingham camera bag along with computer and cables is, quite a precarious event, especially when the train is a fair distance away from the platform. ‘Mind the gap’ as heard so often at London’s Bank station could not be more appropriate here.
Since 2010 Operaestate Festival -Comune di Bassano del Grappa in Italy & I have been collaborating in a […]
Very rarely does one get invited to a ‘sharing’, a work that in its description is simply that. […]
“It is amazing when you can actually get eye contact with someone” said my dear friend last night […]