By Bernardine Scicluna
Faces, trees, people, strange shapes, food, children, areas of land, jars, clear or stormy skies, moods, staring eyes, bread, poultry, dead fish, expressive hands, life and death, kitchen utensils, haughty looks – these and more will be for all to see in an 8-lecture series from 5th March to 11th June 2014. The lecturer, Bernadine Scicluna, will provide a foretaste of a number of subjects captured mainly in paintings. Various aspects on portraiture, still life and landscape will be touched upon. Children, food, mortality and illusion will also feature in these talks.