Archive for June, 2011

Exhibition at Oriel Tonnau Starts July 2nd

Exhibition at Oriel Tonnau Starts July 2nd

Crog Loft in Llangwm

Crog Loft in Llangwm

Chapel In The Woods

Chapel In The Woods

Teds Sentry Box by Tim

Teds Sentry Box by Tim

View From the Coracle

View From the Coracle

Insulation for the Next Building

Insulation for the Next Building

The Girls

The Girls

Hands, a Short Story by Helena Mallett

  Cawing crows screech over old cathedral walls as sun shines down on green blanket lawns and locals and tourists share an early summer’s day.  Inside, the Botticellian cellist plays sweet, sonorous sonatas to a small clustered congregation. Pushing through heavy oak doors I find the warmth of an unexpected crowd and his picturesque patchwork […]


The Launderette by Sarah Williams

The Launderette by Sarah Williams

Turkey Factory 2 by Sarah Williams

Turkey Factory 2 by Sarah Williams

Stag heads in the Wood by Sarah Williams

Stag heads in the Wood by Sarah Williams

Greenlines Playing at the Save Theatre Gwaun Concert on the 4th of June 2011

Greenlines Playing at the Save Theatre Gwaun Concert on the 4th of June 2011

Belly dancers at Theatre Gwaun

Belly dancers at Theatre Gwaun

Greenlines Backstage at Theatre Gwaun

Greenlines Backstage at Theatre Gwaun

Article in the Independent about John Franzen’essay on the commodification of Love and Liking

Franzen was making the point -a truism-that consumer products are designed to be likeable.Then he pressed his point by contrasting it with “the product that is simply itself and whose makers aren’t fixated on your liking it. (I’m thinking here of jet engines, laboratory equipment, serious art and literature.)”It wasn’t just the casual implication that […]


Greenlines Playing at Theatre Gwaun

Greenlines Playing at Theatre Gwaun

Tree House built by Tim Williams and Paul Mallett

Tree House built by Tim Williams and Paul Mallett

Words of George Mackay Brown

In the late nineteenth century no poet or artist was genuine unless he broke most of the social rules , steeped himself in drink and laudanum, got syphilis or consumption, fled to wild barren places of earth, manned barricades, was alternately in a trough or on a crest of the spirit, flirted with the demonic […]


Point of Lay. Painted by Sarah Williams, Box made by Tim Williams

Point of Lay. Painted by Sarah Williams, Box made by Tim Williams