Category Archives: Cornwall

Florence Workshop Days 1-4

I’m following the timetable for the Florence Printmaking Workshop, which is where I should be now. I’m quite surprised that this is working for me at home in my own studio. I’m finding it hard to get ideas started, but … 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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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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January Blues

I always find January difficult! I want to make a positive start to a new year, but there’s such a gap in ‘normal’ life over Christmas that I lose touch with my practice, particularly if I’ve completed a project and … Continue reading

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Mawgan Porth

We’ve just been in Mawgan Porth for a few days – in Cornwall, between Newquay and Padstow. We’d been down there a year or so ago and both made a series of drawings of the beautiful bay and, further along … Continue reading

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