My work in the window of the Gallery BN5 in Henfield, West Sussex, throughout January. It’s good to be back here, though January is not usually good month for sales, but hope I will be lucky.
I’m back on the quilting scene….. Checkout the above link.
Very pleased to have been featured in this month’s edition of All About Horsham magazine. His piece about me has given me some insight into my own work!
I feel like my artwork is at a turning point, but I still don’t know in which direction to go next with it.
Having been locked down since mid December, I’m delighted to be back in this lovely gallery, with some new work.
Having been locked down since mid December, I am delighted to be showing in this lovely gallery, with some new work. Here’s to new beginnings!
Having been locked down since mid-December, I am delighted to be showing in this lovely gallery again, with some new work. Here’s to new beginnings!
Just sold these two cushions to someone in South Korea. I will miss them but am happy to be selling worldwide from my Etsy shop. It cheers me up for going into our second lockdown…..
Delighted to be showing again in this friendly gallery, which is doing well despite the Covid 19 times we are in. after being in quarantine for two weeks, this outing to hang my work there felt like a real treat.
Here is my latest work, a wall hanging, bed throw, or table runner, using concentric squares design in pastel colours. I’ve made a set of matching table mats to go with it. Enjoyed showing it at Gallery BN5, Henfield, Sussex, and now it is for sale in my Etsy shop.
This is my latest quilt, a long thin one, which I have called “Tiger, Tiger”, as its inspiration was the poem by William Blake called that, which I saw recently at the Tate Gallery. It could be used as a table runner, a foot of the bed throw, or hung as a wall hanging in, say, a passage. I have made four matching tablemats too.
This was the first time I have used curved peicing throughout a quilt, and I wanted to celebrate this small triumph with a old friend of mine, also a quilter. But sadly she died of Coronavirus a few weeks ago. Same age as me and in apparent good health, so this was shocking news. I miss her. So now every time I see this quilt, I think of her, and the quilting knowhow we shared, and it now has a quite different meaning for me than it was meant to have when I started it in January!