Book sculptors like Brian Dettmer highlight how important people in society are who create for a living expounding the theory creativity is intrinsically human
From its very beginnings in 1754 through to the current day, the RSA at London has remained relevant and at the forefront of social, economic, political and creative thinking. It has always been a catalyst for constructive, practical change, rather than change for change’s sake.
The early nineteenth century in England, Europe and America was an age of reform, revolution, scientific discovery, dazzling artistry, literary excellence, military milestones and both political and social scandal. From the dandyism of England’s Beau Brummell to the romantic exploits of Spain’s Don Juan, from the abolition of the slave…
Duchess Kate (Catherine) of Cambridge is an overnight sensation, a Style icon and a woman for the future who displays a respect for all people and the past. On just one day with one event she boosted Britain’s morale, its arts, its industry and its commerce. She placed the royal family back at the forefront of leadership by example and proved that when two people love each other as much as she and her Prince, well then anything is possible for all people in a big society.