Labour believes that under Conservative control Westminster Council has put the needs of property developers first for far too long. For decades they have let developers get away with building far fewer ‘affordable’ homes than required under Westminster’s planning policy, they have pushed through controversial schemes and promoted an approach to architecture based on the […]
via Westminster Labour pledge to clean up the planning system by ending hospitality from developers — labourwestminster
William Campbell at work in his new space at Alfies
It is more than a couple of years now (September 2015) since I wrote about William and the fine work he does in his framing studio at Alfies Antiques Market. I am writing about him once again to tell you about his move from the ground floor to a more spacious area on the first floor as these images show. It is clearly visible from the street too. I have to personally add that I am very pleased with the frames he has recently made for me so check him out for yourselves.
Door display at William Campbell Frames
William Campbell Fine Frames and Framing
Alfies Antiques Market
13-25 Church Street,
London NW8 8DT
Eddie the poodle at William Campbell Frames
Brian Graham – Towards Music, The Salisbury Museum, The King’s House, 65 The Close, Salisbury SP1 2EN, until 12th May 2018
Brian Graham Fanfare for the Common Man for Aaron Copland, 2014 Mixed media on board 26cm x 34cm
In this show of some forty works the Dorset-born artist takes us on a journey into history with his ideas of how music-making and dance may have started. These painted reliefs reflect his long-held interest in the worlds of archaeology, anthropology and science and this juxtaposition with their titles which are either taken from notable works or figures in music and dance fire the viewer’s imagination to picture the past. It’s a show where – as the song says – “the melody lingers on”!
Brian Graham La Mer for Claude Debussy, 2014 Mixed media on board 34cm x 26cm