Tag Archives: Ron Moss

Spring 2014 – the 24th edition

  With all the busyness of being at Olveston, and organising the PoARTry @ Olveston exhibition, winter has whistled by this year.  Our kowhai is in flower, our daffodils are blooming, and other bulbs and plants are busy pushing up … 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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