Getting on with getting on
So while I have a fairly quiet couple of months or so ahead of me i've done quite a bit recently.
I wasn't allowed to take pictures inside but it is crazy. It hosts rooms from the 1700s and shows where a wealthy woman lived in the middle two floors, where the cook lived in the bottom floor and where the poor weavers lived on the top floor. It's only open two days a month for two hours. It's nothing like a museum, nothing is under glass but you are expected to respect the house and not touch anything. It's as if the people who have lived there have just left the room. It even smells authentic.
The summer exhibition was good as usual. Not as striking as it was a couple of years ago but the prints were strong this year.I very nearly bought an artist's book that was going for £40.
We then went to Richoux, this amazing little place near the Royal Academy.
On the work front I gave in and bought a moleskine. I was boycotting them because the paper didn't seem worth the price but this one does indeed have lovely paper.
And I've also got cracking on the summer project set by uni.