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For Ruskin’s Love’s Meinie

This glimmer of a project for Brantwood, Lake District home of John Ruskin, started one year ago. Let me tell you how it came to be… ( a lengthy tale, but deservedly so, i thinks…) November 2016 and taking part … Continue reading

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Wedding Belles…

My most recent commission was for beautiful bride Kirsty and husband Tosh.. a gift from gorgeous¬† bridesmaid Amy. A vintage inspired wedding…. a doodle of an idea… a ratch through the crock box again and… yards upon yards of coordinating … Continue reading

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Summertime and the living is easy…

Time for a catch up i think… These sandals have seen some hammer… Just back from an Italian adventure pounding the city streets of Florence and Rome, the sandy beaches of the Cinque Terre and the Island of Ischia… Beautiful, … Continue reading

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A Pre- – – -Tense of Bitterns

A design idea sparked by a call for artists for an open exhibition entitled ‘Telling in Full’ as part of the Lancaster Festival of Words. The brief ¬†(in brief) was to come up with a piece of artwork inspired by … Continue reading

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Inside Outside

  This is the new exhibition from Green Door Artists. Preview on Saturday 18th February, 2:00pm-4:00pm. I am submitting my terrifying Sparrowhawk and Trembling Sparrows. Here is how they got made…..   The clawed wooden foot and vintage show stretchers … Continue reading

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Reubow

A special commission for a very special charity in memory of a very special boy named Reuben. Reuben’s Retreat provides respite care to relieve the distress of families and their close friends who have suffered the bereavement of a child … Continue reading

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All mapped out…..

The Island of Anglesea was to be captured in glass for a celebratory birthday. Glass applique technique was best suited for the construction method to avoid the whole piece getting heavy with lead and solder, as it was quite dainty … Continue reading

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