Pots or ceramics are made of a special kind of mud that we know as 'clay' and is sourced from the earth or ground itself - finding the right type of clay to use is a fascinating journey in itself. Potters in times past, generally, were only able to work with what was available to them … Continue reading Gone to Ground
Until recently I had not fully recognised or appreciated the significance and usefulness of printmaking. I'd very much taken it for granted and hadn't realised that a lot of the 'artwork' that I was creating actually revolved around some of the basic tenets of printing. Without being conscious of it - I have actually … Continue reading Printmaking
Developing an interest in ceramics and my early beginnings as a studio potter.
CPiC's fourth 'biennial' photo exhibition will be held at the Gardens Gallery, Montpellier Gardens - Cheltenham - UK. ( 22 - 28th August 2018 )
A detail from a watercolour flower painting by myself followed by a review of an exhibition of the paintings of Winifred Nicholson.
Easy flower arranging for the home with sunshiny plants such as bright yellow Forsythia and other spring delights.
My 'trial' sketches of watercolour overlays together with musical moods as visualised in Paul Klee's paintings.