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earlgrey
Posted: Wednesday, June 27, 2007 10:48:59 PM

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SusanEngland
Posted: Friday, June 29, 2007 1:22:59 AM

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earlgrey wrote:
help



Thanks earlgrey

Titles for the pic everyone ... go for it...
I will start with "Chained Mail in the 20th Century" ..... or
"Now you see him now you wish you hadn't"................or
"Punky Hunky"
nicola
Posted: Friday, June 29, 2007 6:03:16 PM

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I wish I hadn't clicked on this post angry7
SusanEngland
Posted: Saturday, June 30, 2007 4:33:34 AM

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Lush wrote:
I wish I hadn't clicked on this post angry7


Look on it as Modern Art at The Tate Modern Lush LOL
nicola
Posted: Sunday, July 01, 2007 8:34:14 PM

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SusanEngland wrote:
Lush wrote:
I wish I hadn't clicked on this post angry7


Look on it as Modern Art at The Tate Modern Lush LOL


The last time I was there they had Anish Kapoor featured in the turbine hall - I defy you to tell me that isn't spectacular! Maybe you have been unlucky every time you visit evil4

SusanEngland
Posted: Monday, July 02, 2007 12:56:54 AM

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Beauty is in the eye of the beholder and I just do not have the eye for modern art, Lush. So yes I am missing out on no doubt innovative and beautiful creations.

I agree that I maybe should look at the 'alternative art' scene with a better eye and more understanding.

I admit to being a tradionalist in art - and in dance too. I generally (but not always) prefer classical ballet to the same dancers perfoming "modern dance" for example.

I prefer the 18th and 19th century composers to (what is for me) the jarring discordant noise generated by 20th and 21st century so called classical composers who seem to throw notes at the stave and really dont care where they land.

This season's "Promenade Concerts" commence on Friday 13th July at The Royal Albert Hall in London and I shall be there. I have listened on radio and watched on TV in the past and this will be my first visit there. The progarnmme includes Beethoven's glorious Choral Synmphony, his 9th, and I shall sit entranced and emerge shivering at the might and majesty and beauty of his music.

Romantic art heart. That's me LOL

SusanEngland
Posted: Monday, July 02, 2007 12:59:59 AM

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I wonder if earlgreys pic is of a man into "furring" as mentioned in the Pub article posted by Lush today?
bigdog
Posted: Monday, July 02, 2007 3:30:56 AM

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What worries me is where Earlgrey was looking to find such a pic help
Curious2c
Posted: Wednesday, July 04, 2007 10:16:33 PM

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Wish I hadn't looked now.
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