I finally have had time to add my recent work to the gallery pages:
Primula Capitata – added to Botanical Prints page
Really want to say a big thank you to the folks at the Nottingham Contemporary and to all you lovely people who bought my artwork.
A special thank you to the ‘runners’ over the weekend, who brought us food and drinks. You looked after us all brilliantly. I wouldn’t have survived without you!
Here are some flowers for you x
Wonderful first day of the fair at Craft. Design. Contemporary! Despite the gale force winds, Nottingham itself was buzzing with Christmas shoppers as was the fair. It was a long day but with the steady flow of people it certainly wasn’t that tiring. I had some lovely conversations with folk about my work and methods and caught up with quite a few people that I haven’t seen for years. Also, I think I may have a commission coming and possibly a workshop with some sixth formers.
Now I am relaxing and watching tonight’s recorded Strictly with a large glass of wine! FAB. U. LOUS. Darling!
Well, now I have the Sheffield Print Fair and Gedling Artists Festive Fair in the bag, it’s time for the biggie this weekend. I will be at the Craft. Design. Contemporary at Nottingham Contemporary Gallery from Friday to Sunday.
I am really glad I had the chance to do two fairs previous to this one, as I had never done any before, so I had time to iron out any problems. Not that I really had any, except managing to feed myself throughout the day! I didn’t realise how tiring it is standing up all day and smiling…..and this weekend will be long days but hopefully busy!
Please do come down and see my stand and all the other wonderful makers!
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