Really enjoying experimenting with mark making and new paints in the studio. A work in progress. The River Erme at Piles Copse is the inspiration for this one. #sogoodtobeback
I find myself cloud watching…these are from Hanger Down Clump, South Dartmoor and Leather Tor. I have been working at the top of the moor and find it hard to come back down as the clouds and light change so quickly up there.
I am delighted to feature in Venture Magazine this Autumn. Right now is a time for collecting ideas and making the sketchbooks…….. keep looking forward..
In between the showers a wonderful evening walk over the tops, heather and gorse, pink purple and yellows. Haytor , Saddle, Top, Pil and Rippon Tor……
August has brought changeable weather across Dartmoor, but I loved an early morning glimpse of blue sky and ponies….. then clouds and cattle…
Markmaking in lockdown. Looking closely at nature is wonderful. Here are tools I made from Rhode leaves, Bramble roots, Allium head, Magpie feather and a Hazelnut crafted by a Brown Mouse. Tied with coloured cotton. Can you see a person carrying a large fish in his net?
Gales rain and grey skies outside today so it’s a studio day… keep the faith spring will come