Tag Archives: Richard Orrick

Chamomile, lemon balm and giraffes

Annelyse Gelman is the fastest working artist in the exhibition. I only met her 10 days before the exhibition and in passing conversation I happened to mention that one poem had just lost an artist. She immediately offered to take … Continue reading

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The opening

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

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Mystery man revealed

When I opened up my emails this morning there was one from Richard Orrick WITH a photo of his very self AND another artwork. For a while I thought Richard was a character Dave Gunson had created in order to … Continue reading

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Mystery man

  Ruth… this might be somewhat presumptuous on my part, but there’s a kiwi artist mate of mine who’s working in Ireland at the moment… he might well be interested in taking part. Well I was intrigued so I replied … Continue reading

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