Category Archives: Art

A city of light

When walking to work in winter all I saw was the dark side of the city! Now the mornings are lighter my walk is more interesting…….  See what I spied today.     Advertisements

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Poetry in Dunedin

Because the PoARTry@Olveston exhibition is going to keep me busy for ten days over August and then the following six weeks I’ll be busy preparing for the Poems in the Waiting Room exhibition, A Palette of Poetry, I decided to … Continue reading

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The two worlds of Charlie F and Pink Mist

Owen Sheers interviewed recently wounded service personnel and their families for the stage project, The Two Worlds of Charlie F. The cast was largely made up of wounded and injured service personnel. The Two Worlds of Charlie F won the … Continue reading

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Reflections

This morning we parked in Port Chalmers and went for a stroll around the Back Beach circuit. It was an amazing winter’s morning – warm, sunny and calm. It’s rare to experience all three conditions at the same time in … Continue reading

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Carved from light

Last Wednesday night we drove out to Blueskin Bay library collecting Sophia Frentz on the way. We hadn’t visited the library before so we were interested to have a look around before Tasmanian poet and artist, Ron Moss,  started his … Continue reading

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Ron Moss – Carved From Light

Ron Moss is a Tasmanian visual artist, poet and lover of haiku. His poetry has won international awards and been translated into several languages. He discovered me via a Poems in the Waiting Room haiku exhibition which I curated a … Continue reading

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A Palette of Poetry

After organising the 2012, When North meets South, and the 2013, Bellamys at Five, PoArtry exhibitions I’d planned to have a year off.  Towards the end of January I found myself wandering around websites admiring artists’ work and it wasn’t … Continue reading

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