Tag Archives: David Kelly-Hedrick

This morning there’s a note

David Kelly-Hedrick used recycled pallets to recreate Alyson Hallett’s poem How the World gets Bigger. David’s work resided at our house while awaiting the exhibition. Being such a large work of art the only space for it was in our … Continue reading

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Sunrise leading into Day

Singing at Sunrise Angela Swann’s response to Waiata Dawn Davies’ poem Singing at Sunrise. This work has been in the front window of the Gallery for the last ten days and has attracted a lot of attention. Pamela Brown chose … Continue reading

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Parting Gifts

This morning I met up with David Kelly-Hedrick in our favourite pub in the lower Octagon. There was a poignancy to our meeting as only 8 months ago I’d arranged a rendezvous at Craic with a guy from Seattle who … Continue reading

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Homeward bound

David will be heading back to Seattle with his family before the exhibition opens. I know, it’s a real pity. I’ve tried to convince him to apply for NZ citizenship but… home calls. For a smidgen more information click on … Continue reading

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