A few months back I wrote about the most amazing summer trip my family and I made to the island of Montserrat. The island is Antigua’s neighbour and so we took a literal hop across on the boat to spend time. The island is dominated by one of the world’s most monitored volcanoes and has a unique and interesting history shaped by that very feature. This post was commissioned by Bankra Travel and is featured on their website. I’ve decided to share it here as well with a more extensive Photo-reel.
Rebecca Louise Law is an installation artist specialising in artworks made with natural materials, especially flowers.
The exhibition Life in Death showcases her personal collection of plants and flowers, dried and preserved over a six year period. It is her most intricate large-scale artwork to date and examines our relationship with flowers and plants and how they are used, particularly through rituals.
This is another instalment in a series of posts giving an insight into all of the interesting and amazing things to do in London. Neatly titled “The Londoner” this series showcases a few of the things which I’ve done in London but hadn’t bothered to upload. This post is all about a day in Maritime Greenwich at The Cuttysark Museum