It’s out with the old and in with the new here. I am looking for lovely new homes for these pieces of artwork, to make room in my cupboards (and head) to make more! If you’d like to purchase one of these […]
Back in early August I travelled up to North West Scotland for a week’s course at Bridge House Art. The course was called Alchemy, and focused on mark making and altering surfaces. Taking inspiration from the dramatic (and sometimes stormy) surroundings, […]
In mid-July I was invited to teach a bookmaking workshop at Festival on the Edge, a lovely folk and storytelling festival in Much Wenlock, Shropshire. The festival site is at the beginning of Wenlock Edge; a wooded limestone escarpment steeped […]
It’s been almost a whole month since Wenlock Poetry Festival, and shamefully I’ve only just got round to processing my photos from Wild Wenlock. For me the weekend was a wildish crafty whirlwind, with lots of visitors to my little […]
Preparations for Wenlock Poetry Festival are almost complete. I am hosting a children’s installation called Wild Wenlock 11am-3pm on both days, under Much Wenlock’s Corn Exchange. It consists of these miniature teepees I’ve been making for the last two months: […]
Whilst travelling on the Isle of Lewis last year, I came across the most curious thing; a derelict house entirely covered in fishing nets. I showed the film of this spooky place to poet Jean Atkin, who wrote a most marvellous […]
A moment from my walk this morning.
You learn something new everyday. Via wordporn.
Haptic: any form of nonverbal communication involving touch (from Greek ἅπτω = ‘I fasten onto, I touch’). The wondrous Wikipedia tells me there is even such a thing as haptic poetry: Haptic poetry, like visual poetry and sound poetry, is a liminal art form combining characteristics of typography and sculpture to create objects not […]