Pots or ceramics are made of a special kind of mud that we know as 'clay' and it 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 … 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.