Where are we?
- There are still Legavaans in Smithfield November 27, 2015
- Bridge in Smithfield! September 23, 2015
- Home made bread, to die for! April 28, 2015
- Stay for Dinner! Organic Veg from my garden. March 24, 2015
- The Question of Light: Tilda Swinton’s speech at the Rothko Chapel March 2, 2015
Author Archives: Kitty Schneider
Whilst closing my windows against the incessant wind and dust today, I spotted something in my garden outside. I had to take a good second look as what I thought I saw should surely have been a log. But, on … Continue reading
A few months ago, I was asked by friends here in Smithfield, whether I played bridge. I replied that I had learnt to play it when I was in high school (about a century ago) but hadn’t played since then … Continue reading
If you’ve been wise enough to order a dinner here at the Garlic House, you might enjoy this delicious sourdough bread I make. It is quite hilarious to create and I know it looks like a rock but the results … Continue reading
Since buying my over 100 year old house 11 years ago, my gardener William Novasi (Pastor, gardener, craftsman*) and I have worked really hard to establish a garden from a piece of veld. All that was here were a few … Continue reading
Originally posted on Conner Habib:
Below is the only place to read Tilda Swinton’s moving and radiant speech at the Rothko Chapel in Texas. Why do I have it? A brief explanation. Last year, actress Tilda Swinton was presented…
Kitty Schneider – featured artist in Matie group exhibition.
On May 18th 2014 a Pale Chanting Goshawk came to rest in my ancient bluegum tree. He sat there for at least an hour, silently contemplating everything (or nothing?). He wasn’t at all bothered by the dogs and me underneath … Continue reading