The last few years have been difficult (or at least a bit different) for everyone. I have found that I needed to focus a let of my energies on Double Elephant Print Workshop. And yet again, my own website got neglected. But now that my sister has helped me build a new on, I’m working […]
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The Virtual Catalogue is NOW LIVE …… click on the Bee-fly
Since my website went all wonky last year I got out of the habit of updating regularly. Yet again I’m promising to try harder… I always have plenty of stuff going on and keep things ticking over nicely on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. I also send out the occasional newsletter to keep people up to […]
Although we are now entering our 21st anniversary year at Double Elephant, we always look to keeping fresh and moving forward. At the moment we are having skills exchanges with each other and upgrading our skills.
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 […]
Every now and then people from various parts of the world get in touch to ask q few questions about my artwork or with technical questions. I do my best to answer – even though writing really isn’t my thing. Oddly – this month has been little crazy with questions every couple of days. So […]
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 […]
Just in case there is any confusion – this is my own personal response to Double Elephant’s project Redefining Print. I am not wearing my “Double Elephant hat” here, this isn’t the official line, this is just a reflection on how it was for me.
I’ve had a nice message from someone called Katie Sharples in Perth, Australia. She recently ran some workshops with young school children using my work for inspiration and has kindly shared their resulting prints.
Making the Devon Hedge Bank prints. My studies of Devon hedgerows started in 2011. The big launch for this work was an exhibition I curated at Red Earth gallery in Bickleigh to coincide with Devon Hedge Week. On my old website I had a “Work in Progress” gallery. So that this content can still be […]