No more dusty old landscapes and portraits in stodgy old art museums. Art and sculpture belongs in the great outdoors (including artistic graffiti). Take a breath of fresh art!
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Just letting you know I nominated you for a Liebster award. 🙂
Thanks for the kind nomination and the fun Liebster questions:) You have also introduced me to Reddit, which I was unaware of.
I’ve nominated you for the Very Inspiring Blogger Award. 🙂
Thanks for the like on my recent post, and I’m very happy to discover & follow your blog. We have interests in common!
You very kindly commented on my post featuring sculptures in Tate Britain, though of course these aren’t en plein air (though the Tate museums are still free to the public).
I have however put up some posts which include 3D work and reliefs in public spaces in the UK, some of which are listed here, if you’re interested:
Some of these of course weren’t placed there as art per se but because they served another purpose.
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