Category Archives: Exhibitions

Of Literacy . . .

There is a notice in the window of our car. Placed there by us. It’s main legend is “ART EXHIBITION” followed by brief details of times, dates and venue. It is a plain notice done, no doubt, by someone on their computer and printer – white paper – black print – big bold capitals for… Read More »

Old Places, New Places . . .

From the last days of July to the first days of September is the period of the annual Lake Artists’ Society’s Exhibition, an exhibition which has become for us almost a pilgrimage.  We have been over the Pennines to visit for getting on for ten years I should think, and on our way home this… Read More »

Of Lakes, and their Artists . . . 2

Today’s objectives were twofold.  Number One was to see the annual Lake Artists’ exhibition in Grasmere Village Hall, and Number Two was to go to “Blackwell”, the Arts and Crafts house near Windermere. The first was achieved successfully, but in the rain, and despite horrendously slow traffic through Ambleside – an appropriate name. The exhibits… Read More »