OLSA : Along the Road to Santiago

Posted by on May 10, 2016 in Exhibitions, News | 0 comments

OLSA : Along the Road to Santiago

Last night had a very enjoyable  preview of exhibition of my prints and drawings inspired by walking the last 100 km of the Camino from Sarria to Santiago de Compostela. This distance is the minimum you need to do to be awarded a pilgrim’s certificate and was a most wonderful experience – although entirely free of Damascene sudden conversions.

Very pleased that the mayor (who everyone agrees has been a stunning success) Heather Asker attended as well as Paul Rutter  of Rutter Uk. I admire the work his firm does in creating printed images on many different media.

There were a number of friends there and I am very grateful for their support and interest. I will post some photographs over the next few days. Sarah Turpin (librarian) did  a fine job of organising the occasion.

Looking forward to reading the comments book over the next few weeks  – it  is always interesting to hear other your images are interpreted by other people.

This image seemed particularly to catch people’s attention – the beauty of the small cottages along the Camino was breath-taking. Learned so much about preparing for exhibitions. Intend to get my own hanging equipment as technically very hard to get the picture hooks and pictures loaded up.

 

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