Ceramics round up

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Another survey from the internet of things that have caught my eye:

soap dish from @whiteheadcaroline, plates from @luciafraser, votives from @k82mey, platters from @clayetcetera, grainy cups from @ratbagstudios, flower like from @sharon_g_pottery, blue and white jug from @ronitbaranga

Life and art

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I hadn’t seen this Ravilious piece (The Carnation House) before, although I knew some of his other greenhouse paintings

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…and then a few days after seeing a picture of it I ended up in a similar scene at the Birmingham botanic gardens

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which also had these splendid cacti and a troupe of peacocks. Life imitating art, June 2019.