Notes from my Studio
A thank you and a catch up
Also, a quick sneak peak of a couple of things going on in my New Forest Studio today. And yes, that it is a practice piece in progress on the easel.
Thank you for watching.
More from my Journal
My work is always about a passion for creating beauty. I yearn to create pieces of art that bring you to a standstill and take your breath away. Where you want to get lost in them and look at them for hours.
So far this Summer I’m keeping it simple and exhibiting just in a few places. I will be at the lovely Summer Brocanté at Parham House and Gardens, St Barbes Gallery and Museum and I will be opening my home and studio to everyone as part of the Hampshire Open Studios season.
You may have read it many times before, but I believe poetry always touches us at precisely the moment we need it – and, let's face it, you can never have too many sweet words and thoughts in your day.
This Winter, I have been practising a lot of yoga. I have simultaneously been creating some charcoal and graphite pieces that explore the inner and outer grace that we’d all like to aspire to.
I am not sure if yoga is an art, but I think it might be.
On the mat, yoga is an expression of the pose. So, if yoga is an expression, then surely it can be art?
Simplifying is both an art and a gift. It is like time is being given back to you so you can breathe fresh air again.
Over the last few weeks and months, I have been practising the art of "Simplifying" my home, my work process and clearing space in my mind and heart.
Every artist has their own way of painting and I thought you might be interested to see me working behind the scenes on my latest piece.
I've just got back from my first ever exhibition at The Country Brocanté. What a joy, learning curve and a delight.
I have been meaning to make this video for a while. Often, when people see my Summer Floral Watercolour Collection, they are amazed and wonder how I create them. Here’s how …