Frames of Reference was started in 2011 by Chris Hamer and Richard Wilson as an online extension of The Rowley Gallery. It was to be a place to hang words as well as pictures, where friends and relations and associates could share their enthusiasms and perhaps make new connections.

We’ll see how it goes. We hope you’ll feel inspired to contribute, either by leaving a reply below, or a comment after a particular post, or via The Rowley Gallery website.

Frames of reference

7 Responses to About

  1. Christopher Somerville says:

    So glad you’ve enjoyed a couple of the walks I’ve written up for the Times.
    With good wishes,

  2. Peter Davey says:

    Miro and the Duke at the Maeght! A magical place, ( I was there in November), but how exciting to see the film.
    Will keep watching this blog for more treasures.Thank you.

  3. Diana Hale says:

    Thanks for the link on your site – I’ve had lots of referrals! Best wishes, Diana

  4. Jeremy Taylor says:

    It would be great please if someone could help me locate “The Enigmas of Staverton Park” as mentioned above? I cannot seem to find a reference to it anywhere as a book or pamphlet ?

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