World Music

Stolen artwork at last weekend’s Glastonbury was worth £2000

Published during this year’s Glastonbury Festival news 3rd July 2011  Somerset’s finest art photographer Barry Cawston valued his 20ft panoramic photograph at a minimum value of £2000, the Culture Corner has just been told. The internationally-renowned fine art photographer from Axbridge in Somerset was excited to be exhibiting two of his favourite art works at this year’s Festival for all to see over the course of this...

20ft Art Work Stolen at this Year’s Glastonbury Festival

Published during this year’s Glastonbury Festival news 30th June 2011  Fine art photographer Barry Cawston’s art work, showcasing in the Dance Field about the celebration of crowds living the Glastonbury experience has been stolen at the festival’s finale weekend last Saturday. The internationally-renowned fine art photographer from Axbridge in Somerset was excited to be exhibiting two of his favourite art works at this year’s Festival for all...

The Art of Glastonbury Today

As featured  in England’s West Country Life magazine and the Western Daily Press. To view this article in the UK’s printed press click here: Glasto with Gabriella As Glastonbury 2011 celebrates 41 years of good times, great bands, and ticket sell-outs, it is difficult to imagine that all those years ago the then-one-day event only cost £1, which got you some free milk from the farm to watch the few key acts...

How Do You Do, Brother Crow?

English Country-Folk Concert Review I wanted to share with my readers a touch of English Country-Folk music from Weardale in Northern England, just an hour south of Scotland and officially anArea Of Outstanding Natural Beauty http://www.aonb.org.uk/. It is a popular destination amongst foreign visitors for its beautiful scenery and proud history. The sounds produced in this concert were very reflective of the people, roots and stories of this area. This dexterous storytelling-folk...