Returning from a trip to town, I stopped off at the Gallery to enjoy the air conditioning and check out the newly arranged Modernist room. I really loved it - there's lots to study but I wanted to draw so I left the intellectual bit for another day. This Lobster telephone is by Salvador Dali (1936) - made from plaster and a real phone - isn't the shadow great - it looks like fingers drumming on the table. And when I stood up, I noticed the Blue Bread - favourite food for bluebirds by Man Ray (1958) and had to sketch it too.
12 km cycle