Tag Archives: Jacob Polley

Who’s counting?

Merrill  Simmons-Hansen decided she would like to work with James Scruton’s poem, Counting the Days. Pauline Bellamy, the better half of the Bellamys Gallery partnership (oops apologies John, I meant to say one half!!) is the only artist with three … Continue reading

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A Jar of Honey

A Jar of Honey You hold it like a lit bulb, a pound of light, and swivel the stunned glow around the fat glass sides: it’s the sun, all flesh and no bones, but for the floating knuckle of honeycomb. … Continue reading

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