A Tidy Tea

13 Sep

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I held a ‘Tea With The Artist’ event at The Workers Gallery at the weekend, part of my solo show “Yr Helfa / The Hunt“. It was lovely and lots of people came along, from as far afield as Bristol and Birmingham, Cardiff and Swansea as well as local people.


And it was this big, honest mun!

That meant a lot to the artists who run the gallery, Chris and Gayle, who have worked so hard to get this off the ground in the village’s closed-down library.


Who? Me?

It was hectic and I tried to get around and talk to everyone who came.


And there were people of all ages too, which is really lovely. I don’t like those evening private views which are full of posing types clinging on to a glass of wine – I like to see loads of different people having a nice cuppa tea and enjoying the company and the art.


And the cakes. Oh yes. Home made, of course. Traditional bara brith, Victoria Sandwich, some parmesan biscuits, a lemon and elderflower drizzle sponge and dairy-free, gluten-free orange polenta cake. It all went.

So, thanks to everyone who came along and to those who sent their support, I really appreciate it. And if you missed it, the show runs until September the 24th.


Solo show: Yr Helfa / The Hunt

6 Responses to “A Tidy Tea”

  1. Cat Among the Pigeons Press September 14, 2016 at 22:15 #

    I love that it was tea and cake with the artist event – much more friendly and approachable than a networking-PV can be!

  2. Margaret Parker Brown September 14, 2016 at 00:24 #

    How fun to view your photos of your event, if I were closer I would have hopped on over. 🙂

    • Rosie Scribblah September 14, 2016 at 05:21 #

      Thanks Margaret. It was fun after all the hard work and panic

  3. Michael Richards (certainline) September 13, 2016 at 22:11 #

    Sounds fab! Good luck with the show.

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