Saturday, 6 June 2009

Pallant Gallery, palette for the eye

We took Bea to Chichester, her first visit to the Pallant Gallery. She was most impressed. A lovely mix of mostly twentieth century art tastefully laid out, a restaurant with a beautiful courtyard area where we had tea and coffee. Always some new thought provoking works whenever we visit. Chichester Cathedral above was painted by John Piper for the cover of a centenary catalogue. There was a queue for Peter Blake’s book signing. We had soup at the Six Bells, Lyminster on the way back, highly recommended.

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