Yesterday afternoon, Dame Rosemary Butler, the Presiding Officer of the Welsh Assembly, kindly paid a visit to the exhibition which she was entirely responsible for making possible. We must again say how enormously grateful we are for bringing all this about – and for her enthusiastic appreciation of the results.
Above, she is talking with Frances and Robert Macdonald (Where Many Shipwrack) and below she examines his new book, The Diary of a Dead Officer, with John Abell.
In the photograph below, she is discussing his book, The Abstract Garden, with the poet, Philip Gross.
One for the album!
Here, Keith Bayliss talks with Frances and his wife, while . . .
. . . while Dame Rosemary studies images from his book, White Voices.
and, finally . . .
I left a comment yesterday but it's gone!
I repeat my congratulations for a wonderful exhibition.