Bridget Riley


Black and white, called Loss. Is it a sign?

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5 Responses to Bridget Riley

  1. calvininjax says:

    I have always liked Briget Riley’s work ever since I went to an exhibition at the Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester, in the early 1970s.

    Me thinks you are reading too much into it, Stephen. 😉

    Besides, everyone apart from the Lude Set thinks Stoke are going to come away with a famous…
    …. point! 😉

    I remain unconvinced.

  2. AndyP says:

    Most likely a sign. Most likely a defeat. Are you going up to Geordieland? I am. I have a free ticket next to my old Uni chum who is a Toon fan. Just my train fare to find. No doubt it will be more torture from the Uber Bore but it’s a nice chance to meet up with an old mate.

  3. OS says:

    You know you love him, Andy. This is all a pretence that you’re bored with his tic tacs. 🙂

    That looks like my cheeze grater, winger. It’s very clever though. How was it done? Is it a photo or summat else? George has got a much better picture on his blog this morning. Keep an eye on him. Now he’s turned sixty, he’s gadding about like a mad man. Take him for a game a ping pong and tell him not to rush things. The best is yet to come. I know stuff. 😉


  4. calvininjax says:

    This member of the Lude Set got it wrong.

    Sterling second half performance by Stoke for a famous point. Well done.

  5. AndyP says:

    It needed a decent second half display to make up for the abject first half where football was non-existent from Stoke, the basic elements of the game were nowhere to be seen, and it was frankly embarrassing. Fuller coming on changed the game, but typically Delap went off in his place and all of a sudden we had lots of long throw opportunities but no missile to use. Newcastle might have been rocking even more. They should have been out of sight before we started our comeback really.

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