Heading back to Dunedin where New Zealand’s first public art gallery just happens to be and it's artistic roots are continuing to expand al fresco. In 2016, the city’s art scene celebrated the fact that they had enticed a well known Belgian artist ROA to paint a tuatara (local reptile) on the side of a building in… Continue reading My Pick of 5 – Dunedin Street Art
We were fortunate on more than one account with our time spent in Dunedin. One of those moments was having the opportunity to visit the Dunedin Public Art Gallery. It was time well spent with good friends. The Art Gallery's latest exhibitions draw together 23 works from New Zealand and Australian collections by major Chinese… Continue reading The Dunedin Public Art Gallery
Looking through my draft folder as most bloggers do. What do you know, a write up that should have been posted a month or two ago. Here is the post on Auvillar in Autumn. Better late than never, so they say. A small break from unpacking and all those tedious chores associated with moving into… Continue reading A Ceramic Market in Auvillar
A break from the Friesland canals to a chat about photography. It has made me think and feel somewhat stunned when asked in person. That very question. I know I used to stumble around this and fumble out a half-hearted answer of how I just love capturing moments and scenes from a small part of… Continue reading Are you a Photographer?
Now and again, looking down can be rewarding. It can even be a joyful experience. This descriptive heading was used initially by Rachel McAlpine, a Wellingtonian who happens to write poetry and strings a few more words together over at Write Into Life. I just loved her creative heading, and with her permission, I have created… Continue reading Serendipitous Pavement Art
While we and most other people do see Athens as surrounded by antiquity which of course the city has in abundance