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! 🙂
I must admit, I do like observational drawing, I don’t do enough of it considering how much pleasure I get from it. The painting as well gives me great pleasure, maybe things have to change a little! 🙂
I have been studying stones using different mediums for a while and was inspired yesterday to paint a study of a stone.
I did enjoy the discipline of reproducing what I saw and I always enjoy mixing colours and the feel of the paint on the paper! 🙂
I’ve been doing a lot of tidying in the garden and have had to recycle a chair that I was using as a plant stand. The legs I’ve kept, because I spotted something I could do with them. I’m going to paint them. What do you think I’m going to turn them into?! 🙂
This book has just arrived today.
As if I’ve not got enough Ideas buzzing around in my head already! 🙂
As well as some of my cushions, Trudy at Home & Garden in Fakenham, has taken a pair of chairs that I have reclaimed and up-cycled to sell in her shop. I’m super excited to be working with Trudy. If you are in the area, go and take a look at her lovely shop and see some of my work at the same time.