The Romantics

The Romantics   Romanticism was an artistic, intellectual and literary movement in Europe toward the end of the 18th century. It was emphasised on the emotion and individualism of the being, and directed its thinking on what the being felt rather than what it had been taught to believe about the world in which it […]

A Passive Silhouette Spine

A Passive Silhouette Spine : Collection of Poetry   ‘A Passive Silhouette Spine, has been described as – an emotional roller-coaster, evocative, extremely visual, thought provoking, beautiful and magnificently simplistic. It consists of 85 well written poems on a wide array of subjects, including relationships, inspiration, society, emotions and much, much more. It is food […]

Of Love and Other Demons

Of Love and Other Demons – Gabriel Garcia Marquez   I have always admired the work of Gabriel Garcia Marquez, to me he is a master story teller. He has the ability to weave an entertaining tale, which at first glance may seem like a journey to a distant land, where people seem slightly strange, […]

Charles Bukowski

Charles Bukowski – Don’t Try   Charles Bukowski was a German born, American writer and poet, born on the 16th of August 1920. He attended the Los Angeles City College for two years, studying art, journalism and literature, before quitting at the start of WWII. In his early 20s he tried to make it as […]


Nature   “It’s not what you look at that matters, it’s what you see.” – Henry David Thoreau     Nature has a special place in my heart instilled in me from the early days of exploring with Freeway. It is both peaceful and fascinating; no matter how many occasions I walk along the same […]

Sir Terry Frost

Artist Sir Terry Frost   Last Saturday I went along to view the exhibition of work by the late abstract artist, Sir Terry Frost, at the Exchange Gallery in Penzance, Cornwall. I loved his work on display, paintings he created early in his career in the 1950s, the colours, perspective, simplicity and the thought behind […]