Month: June 2020

Lesser Spotted

Lesser Spotted

Its been an interesting week. Visitors to the garden, socialising at our two meter long picnic table (I knew it was good to get the big one!), dog walking and finding lesser spotted stuff, finding a face covering that does not send me into panic 

Where I wander/ wonder

Where I wander/ wonder

Most day I walk the dog. He is a challenging boy. A collie, completely deaf, wayward, strong, and full of character to put it mildly. He requires lots of walks, so I get to see the world around me in all weather and every season. 

Time to breathe

Time to breathe

May 2020
Lockdown has some wonderful advantages. It’s good to focus on them, because the bigger picture can be a little terrifying. I have finally committed to creating a functional website. For my art alone.
The buttercups, bluebells, hawthorn and gorse are all in bloom and while nature is creating her own palette, I have been breathing fresh air, and figuring out my new venture, moving quietly from gallerist to artist.

studio
Studio