Monday, 9 July 2018

Viewing The Cailleach.

The Weaver of Grass
left a comment on my last blog post saying 
that she expected to see something of the exhibition soon.

So in order to fulfil her request
here they are...



















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16 comments:

  1. Hi Mel - so good to see the display and some closer views, also to see Mrs H discussing her work - congratulations all round - cheers Hilary

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    1. Many thanks for your appreciation Hilary !

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  2. I was so happy to see Mrs. H's work on her own site. So much talent! The artwork is beautiful and so moving and then adding the art of her words. Wow!

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    1. Am so glad that you enjoyed your visit to Mrs H's blog and happy too for her for your appreciation - thank you Mitchell :-)

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  3. I love exhibitions like this. To meet the artist and to see their work and be able to discuss it - perfect. Thanks for showing them at my request.

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    1. You are very welcome Weaver and I was glad to oblige you too.
      For I am very proud of Mrs H's gifts.

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  4. I missed your last post so I have, in fact, missed the opening up of a whole new world and things I had obviously missed for before I followed your blog or missed because I am thick. I'd like to think that it is not the latter. Anyway I have now been edificated and my knowledge has been increased accordingly. I am impressed.

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    1. Good to hear from you Graham and so glad that you appreciate Mrs H's artworks !

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  5. Oh looks fab. Hope to get to see this over the summer.

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    1. Hello Nols, so there is a chance at last of us meeting you - I can recommend the Loughcrew coffee and their delicious apple pie too; so hope to see you soon :-)

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  6. Nice to see people enjoying her art!

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    1. Absolutely correct Debra and Mrs H's paintings have provoked some very interesting conversations too.
      Thank you for commenting.

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  7. Lovely, beautiful even, pictures , what talent! Envy of such skill courses through my veins!

    What is with so many sockets around the room?

    LX

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    1. Thank you for the comments Lettice. The room is used for a great many different events including concerts etc and you can't have too many sockets in my opinion.

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  8. Yes it was lovely to look at your wife's work, especially as I am interested in the Cailleach and how it figures in prehistory.

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    1. Thank you Thelma. The Cailleach is found all over Ireland, the Isle of Man, Scotland and Europe including Russia in many different guises.

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