On cloud nine

My first open studio has been an amazing experience. I’m delighted to have had a good number of visitors and sold some work; but more importantly it has been nine days filled with fascinating interactions with people who seemed honestly interested in my work and process. Here are a few images to give you an idea of how things looked…

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Thank you to everyone who took the time to visit, it was wonderful to meet you. To those who couldn’t make it I’ve uploaded a gallery of my most recent work should you like to take a look.


Silence is golden?


I’m sorry for the lack of posts recently. The building work on our house has just finished its twelfth week and there’s still a great deal to be done. I’ve been caught up with it, which I am enjoying, but it is all consuming. As a result I’ve not been making for the same length of time, which concerns me. And my new studio, which was due to arrive this week, is now not coming for another three weeks. Hmmm.

There are positives though… The house is really coming along; we’re now in the school holidays; we’ve just taken our new camper van (Daisy) on her maiden voyage; and I’ve just signed up for North East Open Studios 2014 which is in September (for details see Events). I really enjoyed visiting other people’s studios last year, so I’m hoping that some folk will visit me this time around. Now I just desperately need my studio so that I can get making…


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