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Anne-Louise Quinton.
Art Crusader & ideas merchant. Don’t fear the blank page - put your mark on it. Freelance Art Ed consultant. Member of NSEAD, AAH & Museums Association
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Anne-Louise Quinton. 12m
The blanket has been pulled back and it’s another beautiful day. Used the cloud to get some prep work done and ready for a warm walk now
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Anne-Louise Quinton. 13m
Replying to @ms_williams100
Yes! Stained glass in front doors. Some are so beautiful. We are surrounded by amazing Victorian and Georgian mansions. Headingley is awash with them
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Anne-Louise Quinton. 31m
Oh yes!
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Anne-Louise Quinton. 32m
Replying to @ms_williams100
My favourite is looking at the didgiest roof conversions and shapes. From 70s dormas to house that have more extension than original property. Guess the decade for estate building and individual properties. Lots of these too!
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Anne-Louise Quinton. 36m
Replying to @ms_williams100
Oh hell yeah. I’ve decided which houses I want a nosey inside. Those with dubious statuettes,lovely gardens and glorious trees. Coveting allotments and generally passing judgements on everywhere while pretending I don’t live in a glass house 😬👀
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Anne-Louise Quinton. 2h
Great minds...
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Anne-Louise Quinton. 2h
Ripe for a bit of Photoshop fun with something different through the door and window.
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Anne-Louise Quinton. 2h
Isn’t it staggering. It’s a Summer Narnia portal
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Anne-Louise Quinton. 2h
Replying to @museums_yvonne
But he’s in front so you’re the one stalking him!
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Anne-Louise Quinton. 2h
Art education fosters appreciation of the world around us. This means we can appreciate our home environments of landscape, architecture & civic embellishments. It lets us see with greater detail. Great art education helps our eyes turn the ugly ducking into the swan
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Anne-Louise Quinton. 2h
Replying to @WalkingHead65
Oh no 🤦🏻‍♀️
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Anne-Louise Quinton. 2h
Replying to @Missbonthrone
Never. Each one is a learning curve. And gives you more to use for the next one. There’s more than one perfect school out there for you, infact there are hundreds. There’s only one you so keep going 👍🏼
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Anne-Louise Quinton. 2h
Replying to @museums_yvonne
I am getting to know the back of this man very well
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Anne-Louise Quinton. 2h
Replying to @PaulCarneyArts
Agree wholeheartedly. I need my angry valve- it’s my pressure cooker release, but I can always take the pan off the hob. And step away for a while. Nature is the perfect relaxant. Have a great day Sir
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Anne-Louise Quinton. 2h
Who moved the clouds a bit? Still under a blanket here. Morning all!
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Anne-Louise Quinton. 3h
Preaching to the converted? But still in full agreement and I will be opening my gait a bit better from now on too. 😉 Walk this way! How to optimise your stride to get the most from your daily stroll
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Amelia Soth 18h
This tiny boxwood peapod (~4 inches) was carved in the 1500s. It opens to reveal little peas, and then those peas open to reveal little carved stories
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Anne-Louise Quinton. 12h
Replying to @ArtofRob
Good grief!
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Anne-Louise Quinton. 14h
Replying to @TooFrightful
Fair few voted in the tories
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Anne-Louise Quinton. 14h
And thank you to Jospeh Boehrer Charles too
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