The hidden mining landscape here in the Tamar Valley continues to catch my interest – I suspect it has something to do with the glorious autumn weather and wonderful woodland walks on my doorstep. Last week found me with friends scrambling through the rough woodland paths of the Bedford United Trail, past disused mine entrances guarded […]
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Yesterday found me at an artist’s drawing day organised by Drawn to the Valley at Pentillie, a castle and estate near Saltash in Cornwall. It is about half an hour from home and I love drawing days. It was glorious autumn weather and I wandered through the lime walk and down to the walled garden. The trees were […]
Here in the Tamar Valley we are getting the early autumn morning chill, the hydrangea flowers are hanging on but the colours are beginning to soften.
Today I am setting up my new art blog. This means typing at the computer instead of drawing, painting and stitching. I have just been told by Melissa that it is normal to talk about what I do in my first new blog post so here goes. I am an artist working with textiles. I hand […]