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Charity Exhibition - Artist Bios- Kay Cullen - Shirley Barlow

Kay Cullen

Kay has enjoyed painting for many years.

When she discovered pastel painting she found her forte and made many friends in the Pastel Society of Ireland of which she is an award-winning member. 142 more words


An evening with Yeats

2015 marks 150 years since the birth of Irish poet W.B.Yeats and last night I was able to meet the man through his poems, READ ALOUD & presented by The Josephine Hart Poetry Hour at The British Library. 239 more words


Servings of Genius

Friday we improvised together a series of small plates, culturally speaking. And they were all in the same part of Edinburgh, sort of.

We began by walking through a new Friday market on Platform 2 at Waverly Station, which is called the Friday Waverly Market @ Platform 2, oddly enough. 528 more words

The search for gold... in a bookshop?

You can see in the photo above, a large painting of the poet William Butler Yeats that I finished recently. You know of course that it’s the 150th anniversary of his birth this year and there’s a lot happening in Ireland to celebrate it. 368 more words


The Annual W B Yeats Poetry Prize

The W B Yeats Poetry Prize for Australia began in 1996.  The annual W B Yeats Poetry Prize is open to residents of Australia for previously unpublished poems. 550 more words

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Off the Shelf :: William Butler Yeats

This morning when I went to the shelf to choose a book of poetry, I saw a small book with a lovely jacket designed in degrees of mauves and blues.   197 more words



Don Carey’s “Innisfree,” based on “The Lake Isle of Innisfree” by William Butler Yeats: 

Carey Don INNISFREE from liberated words poetry films on Vimeo. 73 more words