Nourishing the human psyche

Having a tip top day in London at Photo London and The Tate – makes a change from running/cycling/climbing (I’m a big fan of nourishing all aspects of the human psyche).

Interestingly I’ve noticed a few things about art; I’m not a big fan of landscape pictures despite loving landscapes. Bigger is not better. Happening to live in the 1960’s seems to allow you to add £100 000 to the cost of your work. And lastly, thankfully anatomy is different to sensuality/exoticism.

Here’s an interesting picture combining anatomy and art – normally done incredibly unsuccessfully (my Bradley Stoke patients will know what I mean). But this is good; embroidery on embellished print by Juana Gomez.

But is it anatomically correct?

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