Friday, 17 May 2019

The Grass is Greener....the Orchids are stunning

The green is back again and earlier in the week I was able to visit Kent Wildlife Trust's Marden Meadow. The orchids are stunning. I advise you to gently visit of you can.

Help aspiring artists and makers join courses at West Dean College they couldn't otherwise afford by bidding on tutors work. Grass is Greener Lot 19 is on offer as part of a fundraising auction . All pieces will be on display in the Main Pavilion at West Dean Arts and Craft Festival 31st May – 2nd June.
My exhibition 'Painting with Cloth' at Rochester Art Gallery comes to an end this Sunday 19th May. Here is little taster of the gallery in these lovely images taken by Rikard Österlund. A few smaller works are also on show at the Huguenot Museum. The workshop was greatly oversubscribed so I am running a workshop at the museum on 10th August. The support has been overwhelming and I am grateful to Medway Council and Rochester Cathedral for this wonderful opportunity to show both my work and the last showing of Tea Flora Tales






Wild by Art Textiles Made in Britain moves to the Minerva Arts Centre, Llanidloes, Wales from the 4th May to 1st June.

Finally, a return to Kent Wildlife Trust. Had a lovely day with Adult Education students who braved an overcast day to draw. Dotted around the Tyland Barn site are lots of useful advice and boards. These are two of my favourites by David Attenborough and Iris Murdoch


2 comments:

S Penelope said...

I love the melding of art and the uniqueness of planet Earth and your art does it in a beautiful way. I just hope that Earth's inhabitants realise that there is no planet B before it's too late.

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