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- A Brief History of Mother's Day or Mothering Sunday
In modern Britain the more often, and more commercially, referred to 'Mother's Day', is the fourth Sunday of lent and was traditionally known as Mothering Sunday. It has been observed by both Christian and Roman Catholic Churches since the Middle Ages and the UK is even believed to be the first country in the world to have dedicated a day for mothers.
- A Resurgence in Popularity for Figurative Art
In recent months, after an arduous couple of years of museums sitting empty when the world was plunged into a communal lockdown, a number of high profile figurative art exhibitions have popped up in galleries and institutes around the globe. This has brought about a resurgence in the prominence of
figurative art in popular culture...And the trend is set to continue in throughout 2022 in locations including London's Tate Modern, The Metropoloitan Museum of Art, Melbourne's National Gallery of Victoria, and Florence's Museo Novecento.
- Countryside Winter Walks in the UK, and Their Artistic Influence
We are blessed in the UK, with millions of acres of glorious countryside in which to admire the flora and fauna, and enjoy a seasonal stroll.
So tumultuous and captivating is scenic England, and so keen the urge to indulge in a rural ramble, that both have been an influence to artists time and time again.
- Enjoy a Collection of Canine Inspired Art this US National Dog Month
National Dog Month in the US occurs during August and celebrates our canine companions. As any dog lover will attest, it is unsurprising that dogs are steadily the #1 pet of choice the world over. The bond between humans and dogs is certainly a joy to behold, as are the many artful depictions of our puppy pals
- The National Garden Scheme - and Garden Inspired Artwork
The National Garden Scheme is up-and-running again this Summer, opening the gates of more than 3,600 beautiful private gardens all across the UK.
With Edenic connotations and an abundance of colourful flora and fauna, it's not surprising that a garden setting has provided many an artist – from ancient, to classical, to contemporary - with creative inspiration throughout history.