No, I don’t want to know what you had for Breakfast!

"Cup of tea soon", watercolour by Eoin Mac Lochlainn
“Cup of tea soon”, a watercolour by Eoin Mac Lochlainn

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So no – I don’t want to know what you had for breakfast! But I like having you here with me in Bloggyland. It’s nice to know that people read my musings and it’s lovely to get your comments from time to time.

But speaking of Breakfast, the watercolour above will be in a group exhibition entitled: ‘Drawing on Joyce’ which takes place at the Olivier Cornet Gallery during the Bloomsday Festival in June. I was doing some research and I came across some old photographs of the tenements in Dublin during James Joyce’s time. (The original Bloomsday was on the 16th of June, 1904). You may remember in Joyce’s novel Ulysses, Leopold Bloom made breakfast for Molly before going out to purchase some mutton kidneys. Well, I’d imagine his fireplace and kettle looked something like this…

The official opening is on Sunday, 10th of June, 2018 at 3 pm and the guest speaker will be the poet Theo Dorgan. If you’re in Dublin, do drop in.

http://www.oliviercornetgallery.com/

http://jamesjoyce.ie/

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