The second Devon Guild member taking part in this project I would like to introduce you to is Philippa de Burlet. A one-time keeper in the insect house at London Zoo, Philippa has a long standing fascination for all things small and winged and has relished meeting the roof top bees. Read More
Friday the 8th of November dawned with me and my lovely assistant loading up the car with a big stash of framed artwork and oodles of unframed work. With an improvised little table, a browser and a small step ladder there was only room then for one overnight bag between the two of us. Read More
This is a novelty for me!
Never been blogged about before. It’s very interesting to read how someone you’ve never met interprets your work. Ian Knight has done a good job understanding what I’ve been trying to do all these years and I’ve had no quibbles with what he’s had to say. The Technical aspects are correct too!
Check out his Blog.
When the staff at the Devon Guild of Craftsmen’s shop at Bovey Tracey asked if I could contribute some work to a themed display
they are calling Botanical Discoveries, I decided to discover the importance of Nettles. We all love butterflies but most of us hate caterpillars and we’re not exactly fond of nettles. And if we don’t allow space for the nettles, there will be no caterpillars to transform into some of our most loved butterflies.
I have been very lucky to have two brand new opportunities to display and hopefully sell my artwork.
The first opportunity is a brand new gallery in Axminster. This is The Light Gallery and Studio recently opened and run by Joy White and Drew Yapp. What with the River Cottage Café, the Marle Gallery and White Space just around the corner there are even more reasons to visit Axminster. Read More