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Looking Back, Looking Forward 2020-21

After  a year of change as we spent much of our time at home, going out to our  local neighbourhoods for exercise and leisure became the norm. I spent a lot of my time  cycling or walking my local park s , or out in the Kent countryside, to draw and get fresh air. A s I adapted I explored, and spent the summer ,  trying out  ideas  and processes,  following an inner train of thought  with no clear direction on how things may translate for future work or projects . I hope you have found time for yourself and to be creative. Mote park studies  T he world became  silent for a short while of the sound of human movement  and the sounds of nature more noticed.  A time to question 'What we value', as well as what we missed. It was heartening to see  our communities  supporting each other at this time when so many  face extreme hardship and challenges to their well-being  and health. This time last year I was busy getting ready for the  Tokyo International Great Quilt Festival   with A

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