Tag Archives: Open Studios

An Artist’s Inspiration

14 Jul

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Husb and I visited the very talented glass artist, Deanne Mangold, at her Open Studio today. Deanne is working up a new panel based on one of my drawings of Neolithic and Bronze Age standing stones, this one in Dinas in Pembrokeshire.

It’s very flattering that another artist finds inspiration in my work and it’s fascinating for me to see how she has interpreted my original. Deanne’s Open Studio continues tomorrow (Sunday 15th July) from 10.00 to 1.00.

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What Am I Up To Now? [7]

25 Oct

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Still working on a new piece of art at my residency at Galerie Simpson on Swansea’s High Street. I’m taking my printmaking out of two dimensions into three and it’s certainly been challenging. Today I’ve been sewing paper together on my lovely Edwardian Singer sewing machine and then overstitching my little stamped prints of German artist Käthe Kollwitz, who is a hero of mine.

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My residency will be ending this weekend so I’m having an Open Studio on Saturday, 10.00 to 4.00 so that people can pop in and see what I’ve been up to during the past couple of weeks. There will be tea, coffee and lashings of home-made cake as well. Of course 😀

 

There’s more of my art to be seen in my online Gallery in Artfinder, please click on the image below to take a look. Thank you.

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