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A medieval and Renaissance Christmas….

By Stuart Frost Christmas is almost upon us. Everyone working on the project is looking forward to having a well earned break.  Naturally enough Christmas has been a popular subject for discussion in the press this week.  Midnight Mass, for example, is being held earlier in many churches this year to avoid disruption by members […]

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Giants of the Renaissance

By Stuart Frost The V&A is the National Musuem of Art & Design but it is also far more than that. We know that our visitors use the Museum’s collections in many diverse ways. A few weeks ago a photograph in the supplement of a Sunday newspaper caught my eye. I recognised the location as the National Art Library […]

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Why Stones

The idea for the World Beach Project arrived in my head fully formed and in an instant. It popped up by way of responding to the response to my work using small stones, which in its turn, is a response to the land ‐ specifically, rock. Whether a line of quartz splitting a rock face or a huge folded mountain range, the structure of rock talks of the structure of our planet.

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