Monthly Archives: October 2013

Corvid Sketches

Things sometimes come together in a way that feels right.  Sometimes those things are disparate. A paper plate, a Gelli-plate and thoughts of a corvid trap. Whilst out walking, we came across one of the latter – a most vile … Continue reading

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A Finish!

Back here this was a WIP, amongst many WIPs.  I am determined to get back to my ‘one-at-a-time’ rule.  It is the only way I can manage my energy levels and the log jam of ideas that continually rams itself against … Continue reading

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A book cover for

The woman, (a lovely friend) who loves red…..

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More Bark, less bite

That is a meaningless post title, I just liked the sound of it!  Two pieces of bark-cloth ready to send off, (see previous post):   there is intellectual pursuit in each piece – thoughts on dearth and abundance, need and … Continue reading

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Bark Cloth

Bobby Britnell does a huge amount of work for her charity Hands Up for Uganda.  She is working with Janet from Star-Child Shoes on an exciting exhibition that requires textile artists to decorate a piece of bark cloth which is then … Continue reading

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