May 27, 2010
Two summers ago, Michael picked up a mostly dead plant from the garbage bin of a garden centre. He brought the poor thing to work and stuck it in a crack at the back of the building, much to the amusement of the Plurabelle Staff. I seem to remember saying “Oh come on Michael, do you really expect that to grow?” We all had a chuckle at Michael’s optimism but lo and behold, it started growing and the following year put on a display of exquisite flowers.
It died back at the end of the summer and eventually someone pulled up the dead thing and we were all quite sad – then this spring, it put up green shoots and here it is - more spectacular than the year before. People in the office behind us keep coming to admire it and many photographs have been taken. Plurabelle’s miracle flower is quite star!
* for those interested, it’s called Clematis Dr Rupel – I think it should be re-named Clematis Dr Cahn don’t you?
May 26, 2010
Literary Exhibition at Plurabelle Books, May 29 - June 12, 2010
Changing Spaces is proud to announce the first exhibition in cooperation with Plurabelle Books.
Plurabelle Books opens a warehouse full of books with a very special atmosphere, and local artists like the space to experiment and exhibit
1 artist and 8 writers are exhibiting the results of their creative collaboration. Private View on Saturday 29th May, 6.30-8.30 pm, free wine will be served and readings will take place. Come along and bring all your friends and family and join us on facebook