The content is African, but the theme is universal. Outward serenity and inner turmoil. And there’s a question. What does the model choose to show the painter? What does the artist really see? How much can a portrait convey? Is it possible to capture the whole story, or can we only depict one or two dimensions at best?
Have you ever wondered what it would have been like living next door to the real Mona Lisa? Would she have looked the same when she was hanging the washing instead of on the wall?
Exile, the comic, yet tragic tale of Lord Arthur Peregrine Tregaskis-Gore, as related by Chris Pearson.Now in the Gift-Shop, a medieval scroll featuring the comic, yet tragic story of Lord Arthur Peregrine Tregaskis-Gore, written Chris Pearson. There’s also a YouTube production, with Chris reading his poem.
Farewell to Wisdom – poetry from Suki Michelle, artwork from Alli Farkas.
Reborn – poetry from Fredi Stewart.
Pearson’s Disease – poetry from Chris Pearson.
Man in the Street – portraiture from Dale Webster.
The New Hunter – portraiture from Dale Webster with words from Alain Miles.
Hit Me Again – poetry from Chris Pearson.
An experiment in inspiration – music from Edwin Miles.
Gatekeepers – a poem by Alain Miles.
The Coral Tree – poetry from Chris Pearson, photography from Dave Button.