Monthly Archives: May 2014
Laura didn’t send me a photo so I’m using one I took last year when she was listening to another participant in the Questions and Artists session at Bellamys at Five. If you want to find out who Nigella Stopit … Continue reading
I spent the afternoon at Olveston working and reworking a couple of poems. They weren’t cooperating so I headed downstairs and out into the garden to give my head an airing! I was determined to finish these poems despite their … Continue reading
Pauline is using my children’s verse Olveston Whispers as inspiration for her exhibition art work. To see what else Pauline is up to click on The Artists and select Pauline Bellamy.
Sheryl is using my poem, Let things be done shipshape and Bristol fashion, as inspiration for her exhibition artwork. And the Olveston connection? Find out more by clicking on The Artists and selecting Sheryl McCammon.
It looks as though the rain is settling in for the afternoon here in Dunedin but that doesn’t mean you have to mooch about the house because it’s too wet to garden and you’ve seen all the good movies. Head … Continue reading
It’s all coming together at Olveston. Eleven poems have already been selected by artists and another fifteen are quietly waiting for artists to claim them. I spent a couple of hours at the house today and caught up with the … Continue reading
Dunedin is buzzing this weekend with the Writers and Readers Festival in full flow. This morning while we were listening to Dear Charles, Dear Janet the bag pipes could be heard in the background. It wasn’t intrusive but just a … Continue reading
Olveston’s art collection contains many prized works by local and international artists. There are over 240 artworks around the house, including works by Frances Hodgkins, William Hodgkins, Grace Joel and Charles Goldie. I spent two hours this evening wandering around Olveston … Continue reading