As Many of you know I had an open studio at the weekend to preview the painting I did over the summer. He’s a sneaky peak, just in case you missed it. A big thank you to everyone who came and to those who bought work, enjoy you paintings 🙂 I had a great time x
Pictures from Yesterday – my new display stands in action.I had a good day so they’ve begun to work for me already! 🙂
I’m enjoying getting ready for my Christmas open studio this Saturday. Here are some Christmas textiles in the making. These are made from up-cycled fabrics, hand dyed and block printed. 🙂
First I’d like to thank all those who came on Saturday, you made it a fantastic day!
Here is an over view for those of you who couldn’t make it and who follow my blog.
Sketch book work and research.
Centre piece installation – stone and textile.
Mono prints with collage.
More sketch book work.
Clay with cotton thread
Stone study – acrylic and oil pastel
It was a really satisfying experience and a chance for me to look at my work too. Thanks for your support! 🙂
If you are able to come along to my pop up exhibition this Saturday you will receive a free catalogue on your arrival 🙂 I’m looking forward to seeing you!
I’m very excited at the moment because I have decided to have a pop up exhibition in my gallery. I have just over two weeks to get everything ready 🙂 I have taken alot of time tidying and putting away things that just get left around and that in its self is very satisfying! I’m going to chart my progress and this is where I’ve got so far. This table is going to hold one of my exhibits so it’s got to have a coat of paint. Trust me, it’s going to look just rightHere is a little invite for anyone who will be in the vicinity on 30th July.
I would be delighted if you could come! 🙂
Had a super morning in Norwich joining in Makers Month which is on for the whole of February which has different crafts to try during the month. I went today because my friend Kally was there with her freestyle crochet. Here are a few photos from the event. The Idea for her stand was for people to make a piece of crochet for the totem pole in the pictures. Here’s me concentrating very hard on my piece! I was rather pleased with it in the end. Here’s me with super clever Kally… and here’s my piece attached to the totem! 🙂