A little while ago I had another round of technological issues with my website. I am only semiliterate as far as computer stuff is concerned and I needed help to sort out some wed issues that were well beyond my capabilities. While I am relieved that things are back to “normal” I have actually lost […]
Tag: chine collè
My old website had a page in the “galleries” section where I would show case some of my work in progress. Rather than having this under “portfolios” in this website, my intention it to have irregular looks at my work in progress in order to give glimpses of my working process. So that my previous […]
The Devon Guild of Craftsmen’s Summer Show for 2015 had the theme “Celebrations” to mark 60 years of the organisation – a landmark birthday. Members were invited to use the title Celebrate to articulate the notions of festivity and reflection that such milestones bring. I wanted to produce some work specifically for this exhibition while […]
Double Elephant Print Workshop recently began an exciting new project exploring the history behind Exeter’s Northernhay Gardens, the UK’s oldest public space.
One of the things that I’m up to at the moment is preparing to print a spring version of my Plymouth Pear. I can hardly rip the blossom off an endangered species – so I have been spending time printing clusters of blossom onto tissue that I can use as chine collè.