Chicken Legs

  We return to a culinary theme with this picture that our artist painted of Blinia Crole. The picture is from Blinia’s own collection and is displayed with grateful thanks to her. Andeal chose to paint her seated in her old home working as she always had. Blinia drifted into being a cook, but was … More Chicken Legs

9) The Catacombs

Guest Writer Spot Posted on April 13, 2018by Esther Chilton This week, my Guest Writer is Jim Webster who is currently on a blog tour. As he says, “The theme for this one is ‘Pictures from an Exhibition’ where a friend of Tallis, who is an artist, has painted eleven pictures and to help out, Tallis is taking people round them … More 9) The Catacombs

Tallis Steelyard: Pictures From an Exhibition Blog Tour – The Market

(Today our tour takes us to the blog of Judy E Matin, so click on the link at the bottom to go across there and have a look round) Something entirely different from me today. I am extremely thrilled and delighted to be a part of Tallis Steelyard’s blog tour am proud to be hosting … More Tallis Steelyard: Pictures From an Exhibition Blog Tour – The Market

Pictures from an Exhibition blog tour with Tallis Steelyard – Rich and poor

  If you have been to Port Naain (as of course you have), you will thoroughly enjoy the tale about to unfold before you. If you are one of those rare folk who have not, then you are in for a treat, and, I dare say, you will be making travel arrangements even before finishing … More Pictures from an Exhibition blog tour with Tallis Steelyard – Rich and poor

CATTLE

  Wylar Drig was a carter. He never pretended to be anything else, never claimed to be anything grander or more refined. He drove a cart. To be fair it was his own cart, pulled by his own horrocks bullocks, and it was, as carts go, a big one. But with Wylar, if you had … More CATTLE

Children’s Quarrel

Originally posted on bridgesburning:
Our current picture shows Elanar, a nursery nurse, with her charge, the young Avia Hassenbut. I’m not sure whether our artist knew the significance of the principals in his painting, or whether he merely saw a charming scene but there is a story which is well worth hearing. Really this is…

Pictures from an Exhibition blog tour with Tallis Steelyard – Partannese Promenade

Originally posted on Sue Vincent's Daily Echo:
I suspect that future amateur cultural historians (I cannot conceive of a society so wastrel that it would pay historians whilst honest poets go hungry) will ponder long over the various influences on Port Naain. Now ask anybody in Port Naain whether the city is in Partann…