Sunday, July 08, 2012
On Saturday 7th July 2012 Fabian Peake gave a public reading of his poetry at the 43 Inverness Street Gallery in London NW1. Standing in front of his large and acclaimed canvas, The Tapir's Companion, he gave a full house a reading of several of his highly individualistic poems. Following this he elaborated eloquently on both his art and his poems. One of which an eight line verse in Morse code held the audience's attention such that a pin could have been heard as it dropped onto the shining lacquer of the gallery floor. A rousing reception greeted the end of his recital.