By the time I arrived at Bellamys this morning John and Pauline had not only collected the seating but also arranged it so everyone would be able to view the poets. All I had to do was set out the … Continue reading
Back in my teens I spent many weekends exploring the Otago peninsula. I never failed to be enthralled by the evening sight of penguins surfing onto the beach on their bellies, waddling over the sand and hopping up the dunes … Continue reading
I’ve heard that the first bookbinding workshop this afternoon was a great success. I’m looking forward to minding the Gallery tomorrow afternoon and having a peek in at the second workshop tutored by the talented Lynn Taylor. We’re so very … Continue reading
At last year’s exhibition Imogen, a friend from school days, walked into the opening and said what can I do. I left her in charge of the food and drinks and didn’t have a worry all evening. This year I … Continue reading
I took this photo from the doorway at Bellamys Gallery yesterday morning. There’s a small beach across the road, a cafe next door and a dairy on the other side. With ice creams, hot chocolates and paddling on offer – … 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
If you want to know what the title of this post has to do with a poet then just click on The Poets, select Alistair Robinson and read on……..