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Greater Horseshoe Bat Project

Back in May I had the privilege of taking part in another of the guided walk organised by the Devon Guild of Craftsmen with the Devon Wildlife Trust. Last year this sparked off my Magnificent Mires work. This year the focus is on the Greater Horseshoe Bat Project.

Greater horseshoe are the UK’s biggest bat with a wingspan of almost 40cm. They were once common across southern England but changes in land-use such as urban development  and a move away from cattle grazed pastures and hay meadows has led to their disappearance from much of the countryside.

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Bog plants for Magnificent Mires

Magnificent Mires

In June 2017 I was lucky to be one of a small group of people taken on a guided walk in a restricted zone on Dartmoor to get up close to the blanket bogs and have the ecology of the mires explained by a Dartmoor National Park Ranger and a bog expert from the Devon Wildlife Trust (DWT). The walk was organised by The Devon Guild of Craftsmen, who subsequently arranged a “Magnificent Mires/Beautiful Blanket Bogs” themed display at the Waterside Mill at Bovey Tracey.

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Lynn Bailey

Newsletter # 13

Newsletter 13 is out and about – possibly lurking in an in box near you.

The main focus for this newsletter is info about this weekend’s art fair in the Arnolfini. I am one of 80 artists taking part in The other Art Fair – Bristol. I shall share some photos of my stand on FaceBook when it is all up and running. Plus there are additional notes of a few other activities I’m involved in – plus more links than you can shake a stick at.

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Cheers

L

Lynn Bailey

Newsletter 12 – Exhibition Invitation

Newsletter 12 is out and about – possibly lurking in an in box near you.

The main focus for this newsletter is info & invitation to an exhibition I have just delivered work to. I shall share some photos of exhibition when it is all up on the walls. There is also an update regarding changes to Exeter Open Studios, and a note of which courses at Double Elephant I shall be teach in the next couple of months.

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Cheers

L

Lynn Bailey

Newsletter 11

Newsletter 11 is out and about – possibly lurking in an in box near you.

It contains info about four places I’m exhibiting in over the next couple of months. Plus an update for Double Elephant’s Redefining Print project, and a very ambien online brief Etsy update.

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L

More Artists from 33,000 Miles!

A glimpse of one of the photographs by Robert Darch

Time has been passing alarmingly fast and the launch date for the exhibition 33,000 Miles is only a few days away. I had been intending to show you glimpses of the other artists work at intervals over the past few weeks, but life has been far too hectic!

So here are a few last minute glimpses that I hope will whet your appetite to come to the launch on Friday (or any time over the following two weeks – excluding Mondays).

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