Jacqueline Fahey is never short for words. At 88 years, Fahey converses on politics, the state of the art world and current societal issues with great enthusiasm. Key gets a grilling for not sorting the Auckland housing problem. She references her latest painting that hangs in the gallery, 'Protestors in Grey Lynn', "... it makes one feel guilty owning a house when so many are homeless". Equality and human rights high on Fahey's agenda. I ask Fahey how her poetry is going. She explains she's been distracted, she's busy writing a blog. Worth checking out! Colourful images and words will never cease emerging from this flambouyant, energetic being.