Green in the ditches

My last post showed the wonderful seaweed colours of the foreshore around Gairloch but this time I’ve put together the wonderful greens of the mosses I found. The high levels of ‘precipitation’ at times in the area of course is

Pittenweem Arts Festival

Last weekend we visited Pittenweem, the small fishing village in the East Neuk of Fife which hosts an amazing Arts Festival every summer. For almost forty years people have flocked to this picturesque village to wander around houses, studios and

Printing fun

I’ve always liked printing, whether it is screen printing, lino, stencilling or using a Gelli plate, there is something magical about lifting the fabric or paper to see what has happened underneath. Magic! This week I started to prepare for

DIS/rupt in Peebles

Some of you may know that I am a member of Textile Study Group and during this last year our “thought-provoking” exhibition DIS/rupt has been touring. It opened in May last year in Stroud, Gloucestershire as part of the SIT

Another snippet

Like the buses, one post written and another right behind it. Some months ago,  last year in the Autumn, I was approached by a German magazine, Patchwork Professional, about an artist profile article, which was exciting. I immediately emailed back