Praiseworthy insights, Rainer. I add my voice to all those …

Comment on Youth crisis: broken window of tolerance by Rod Moss.

Praiseworthy insights, Rainer. I add my voice to all those who’ve endorse your summary.

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Lightshows: nature can do it so much better
Right on target Alex.
The same thought occurred to me when Mike Gillam’s outstanding exhibition ran a little more than a year ago.
The light show pales before the the natural show. And photography that can, in a profound sense, take us beyond mere spectacle has enduring value.


The eternal chase: songlines of the Seven Sisters
Wonder-filled report, Kieran! A sure enticement for anyone able to access the exhibition, but a satisfying and educational read for those, like me, who have only your words serving as an introduction.


‘A feast of art, a spread of characters’
Iain’s entry was the outstanding piece in the exhibition, indeed, ranking with the greatest from his long and distinguished career.
His touch, colour harmonies, and spatial design reveal an extraordinarily sensitive and complex mind.
Indeed, as a summary of his life as a painter, the painting compares favourably with Edvard Munch’s Between the Clock and the Fridge, the Norwegian artist who remained a source of inspiration.


Into Blue – from the front line of climate change
Jimmy’s words, both urgent and eloquent, set the scene for Suzi’s wonder filled documentation.


Festival in Light ignores local advice, talent
Fully endorse your comment Mike … having viewed the illuminated range I suspect you’d only be left aghast at this expensive entertainment, and to what end?


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