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.
I’m showing my work in this delightful small gallery, in Henfield which is a large village in Sussex during the whole of February. Looking forward to stewarding in the gallery and meeting people who come in.
Thrilled to have sold one of my “mountain” series of wall hangings, from my Etsy online shop. The first of my larger wall hangings to be sold on Etsy (selling on there is really, really hard, by the way, but I am gradually progressing, patience and constant work required). I was having a nap and my phone went “Kerching!”, the sound it makes when a sale has occurred. Caught napping by a sale!
I have spent a lot of time living among mountains; for years in Austria, where my family had a chalet for skiing in the winter and walking in the summer. We used to travel there by train, winding through the high mountain passes. This quilt above is the view from the train as you come out of the long Arlberg tunnel, in winter. It feels like the snow and rocks are about to hit into the train windows, they are so close. High snowy peaks, rocky ravines, frozen waterfalls, deep blue shadows in the snow….
I saw the Alps in all seasons, close up. Years ago now. But it suddenly came out in my art, decades later. I unexpectedly did a series of five quilt wall hangings of mountain landscapes.
Well, that is “Winter”. I will miss it. Next mountain quilt, watch this space….