Grayson Perry

I was returning from a fascinating weekend visit to a group of enthusiasts in Harwich who are building a replica of the Mayflower to sail it to America to mark the 400th anniversary of the Pilgrim Fathers’ 1620 voyage (harwichmayflower.com) when I stumbled across Grayson Perry’s A House For Essex at Wrabness. I’d seen it before on TV but it’s even more astounding in the flesh with its extraordinary design and gorgeous setting on a hillside overlooking the Stour estuary. Sadly, unable to look round inside because it is rented out but what a piece of architectural art…

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