Sunday, 11 January 2015

A look back at 2014

This is a photo of my stall at a recent craft fair, well last December actually.
I really enjoyed the experience and I'll probably do it again around the same time in 2015.
I do however, feel a shift in focus. You know how it is sometimes, you feel it but its elusive and not formed enough for you to get a good grasp of?
Yes....well that's what I'm talking about.

Meanwhile you can read my new blog post over at ThisUnfolding it may give you a clue as to where I'm heading.

Sunday, 2 November 2014

Sunday, 19 October 2014

New business cards!

Moo are fantastic, where else can you order 50 business cards all with a different design?
These are for my art, illustration and textile work.
A friend kindly said they're like little works of art in themselves, and I have to admit I agree.
I shall be working as a fulltime artist next year (oh it can't come quick enough!)

I have another set of cards for my Tarot and Lenormand readings and also the workshops that I'm going to be running too, you can see these on my other blog here.

I've been asked to make a proposal to a lovely lady who runs an alternative health centre near Bath sometime within the next week or two re-workshops and my mind is buzzing with ideas, not just for the divination aspect, but also for more art centred work as well, textiles, collage and more I hope.

It's been a sunny, blustery day here and while on the bus I watched as the leaves came tumbling down, a shower of leaves, glorious! My favourite time of year.

Friday, 19 September 2014

Two Posies

Two embroidered free standing characters.
Its been all excitement here in the UK as I imagine many of you have noticed from watching the international news.
I posted several Tarot readings on my other blog, which you can read: HERE
asking if the vote would go for or against Scotland's independence and what may happen afterwards.
If your interested in predictive tarot go take a peek!

Back to the Posies - I call them Posies as that's exactly what they're doing!
I created them to act as decoration for my poetry necklaces that are being sold in a local gallery shop and I hope to be supplying more to other shops around the country, when I get going on making them.

They're stitched on fine linen and stuffed with hypo-allergic filler.