Eyes closed

By now you’ll be familiar with my photographic struggles when dealing with glass and reflection. Rob provided me with a photo for the Exhibition booklet, before his artwork was framed, so move on over and click on The Exhibition and select Eyes closed to see a reflection free version of Rob’s artwork! Jenny Longstaff, Ron … Continue reading

Taking shelter

Tash Shackleton is the only artist I haven’t met. She wasn’t able to be at the exhibition opening and now her painting has sold I won’t even get to see her to return her work. So that’s a plus for her and a minus for me. Kirsten Cliff’s haiku were popular with our artists – … Continue reading

Don’t forget

Don’t forget the poets!!! The haiku poets appeared  here early on in the project but since then the artists have taken centre stage. The haiku poets are the backbone of our project so I thought it was time we highlighted their contribution. Check out their bios over at the heading The Poets. I had hoped … Continue reading

Kirsten Cliff

Kirsten Cliff lives with her husband in their country retreat near Hobbiton where the hills are alive with haiku. She spends her days reading, writing, crafting and photographing her way to wellness as she nears the end of her treatment for leukaemia. Her haiku and tanka have been published in several journals across the world, … Continue reading