Category Archives: Art

Florence Workshop

I should be in Florence this weekend, making monotypes in a workshop near to San Marco. Instead, I am looking back to help me to move forward. This year I will work in my own studio and give myself a … Continue reading

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2019 Catch-up

Early in 2019 we spent several weeks in Cornwall. We love visiting in winter, when there are often unexpected and wonderful sights. This series of work started with the rise of a red full moon, the blood moon. An amazing … Continue reading

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Tales of the riverbank

We spent last Christmas floating down the Danube. Last year I had made a series of prints from my drawings of the Rhine riverbanks, which used some of the reflections on windows and water as part of the image. This … Continue reading

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The woodcut that went wrong and then right

You might remember that I finished a woodcut of daffodils recently. The idea came from seeing a field of early daffodils in Cornwall in February, with a grey and misty St Michael’s Mount appearing to float behind the drift of … Continue reading

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Getting Focused

My art ideas come so directly from my experience that I sometimes find it very difficult to focus on one project when something else throws up possibilities. We’ve been in France for the last two weeks, Brittany and right by … Continue reading

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