Monthly Archives: July 2014
The Olveston Steinway was quite happy to be the subject of a poem. After several failed attempts I gave up and acknowledged the Steinway was right all along. It had to be a rhyming poem. So in honor of the … Continue reading
If there are any pianists in a tour group they’re frequently invited to play the Steinway before they leave the drawing-room and continue on upstairs. Today the pianist was playing for ages so I popped downstairs to ask Astrid what … Continue reading
I’ve got the proof of PoARTry @ Olveston back from the printer. On Monday I’ll call in and give him the go ahead to print. It’s a beautiful little book – 53 pages of poems, photographs of the artworks in … Continue reading
I took this photo of Rob when I was interviewing him two years ago for the When North meets South exhibition blog. Click on The Artists and select Rob Piggott to see some of his current works.
This is the second time Janie has contributed to one of my exhibitions and she’s already working on a painting for the Poems in the Waiting Room October exhibition, A Palette of Poetry. Click on The Artists and select Janie … Continue reading
There were two groups touring the house while I was there this morning. I overheard two people say they wanted to come back for an Art Tour. That’s exactly how I felt after my first tour through the house – … Continue reading