More Paper Heaven

Husb and I spent a couple of days in Somerset, mainly at Wookey Hole which, apart from the fantastic caves, also has a museum paper mill. We had a really excellent demonstration and history of the mill, which unfortunately stopped making paper in 2008, but the shop still stocks the lovely handmade sheets in variousContinue reading “More Paper Heaven”

In Paper Heaven…

Husb and I just got back from a couple of days away in Somerset, visiting friends and the caves and paper mill at Wookey Hole. Unfortunately, the mill, one of the last in the UK to make traditional hand-made papers, stopped production in 2008 but it’s been preserved as a museum and there are regularContinue reading “In Paper Heaven…”

Back In The Saddle

Here’s another drawing from last week’s Life Drawing class at Swansea Print Workshop. It was so good to get back in the saddle, as it were. I used Daler Rowney medium sized sticks of willow charcoal onto vintage W. M. Saunders paper. It’s a joy to use quality materials.       A Chance ToContinue reading “Back In The Saddle”

Male Model And Paper Mills

Here’s a completed piece in charcoal I did at last Thursday’s life drawing group at Swansea Print Workshop. It was the first session since lockdown began in March and it was so good to be back. Because of the current restrictions, we were only able to have 5 drawers plus the model and it wasContinue reading “Male Model And Paper Mills”

Someone Else’s Cat

Husb and I had a socially distanced visit to some friends over the recent Bank Holiday. Their lives are graced by a magnificent Bengal cat. Unforunately, he was socially distancing as well so I wasn’t able to have a cuddle with him. I took some photos and had a quick scribble this evening, with FaberContinue reading “Someone Else’s Cat”