Sometimes the perfect London day is a spontaneous one. This year there are so many amazing exhibitions in London that I am seriously considering getting the Art Fund pass again to attend as many exhibitions as I can without paying full price. There are even attractions like Kensington Palace that are free to pass holders.
Somerset House recently had a brilliant exhibition on recently called Out There: Our Post-War Public Art.
I decided the day before that I would go and make a day of it. When I got ready Sunday morning I thought I would be going alone, then D said he’d like to go we out we went to explore post war public art.
A visit to Somerset House never disappoints so we were fairly excited go explore even if the exhibition turned out to be a bust.
Like the amazing partner he is, he thinks any photo I am in is beautiful, it is lovely, but he should be able to tell that my eyes are closed or my scarf is in my face. It isn’t a criticism and I feel he thinks I would take it that way if he were to say it. I guess the saying love is blind has some truth.
After getting our fill of beauty we headed towards Trafalgar Square. On the way there we found ourselves in a position that many tourists probably do. Famished and didn’t know where would be good to eat, not too expensive and was close.
*Since drafting this post the Art Fund now has an option of getting a pass for 3 months costing only £10. I have mine and I am ready for a summer of art!!
To be continued…