Monthly Archives: August 2013
I’m not long home from the Gallery where Pauline, John and I have been hanging all the artworks. Yesterday we played around positioning the artworks and after an hour or two reckoned we had it right. So Pauline drew up … Continue reading
This morning, moments before Pauline Bellamy arrived to help me transport the artwork down to Macandrew Bay, South City Print rang to say the exhibition books were ready. I dashed down to Fox Street and collected the art of poetry, … Continue reading
The second to last artwork was couriered to our doorstep five minutes ago and another work is being delivered at 8.00pm so we’re almost there! During the past week I’ve emailed all the ‘out of Dunedin’ poets and sent them … Continue reading
John Bellamy has been busy remodelling the Gallery for our exhibition. He has been so very very accommodating. I wanted to be able to seat the maximum amount of people for the Four Poets and Questions and Artists events and … Continue reading
I’m a wholehearted ambassador for poetry, because poetry ……. Click on The poets, select Greg O’Connell to find out what Greg thinks of poetry.
This afternoon I collected the proof of the art of poetry from South City Print. It’s a 60 page A5 spiral bound book which features each artwork appearing in the exhibition alongside its inspirational poem. Tonight my task is to … Continue reading
Lew Walsh, one of the Bellamys at Five artists, came over to our place last night and funnily enough the conversation turned to the very looming exhibition! While we were chatting, my mind was trying to interrupt with an idea. … Continue reading
Just in case you haven’t seen this around town yet, here is one version of the poster advertising our exhibition. The opening is at 5pm on Sunday September 1 at Bellamys Gallery in Macandrew Bay, Dunedin. For the duration … Continue reading
I love to help children discover the joy of reading. Find out more about Pauline by clicking on The Poets and selecting Pauline Cartwright.
Ah, and there you are Superwoman, at the supermarket, briskly buying brisket for your basket. You can read about Sue and Superwoman if you click on The Poets and select Sue Wootton.