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resources of hope

Introducing you, if you don’t know of it, to Nawr Magazine. The latest edition “resources of hope” has much in it of interest, including some of my writing, and has been put together with great care. Enjoy! https://issuu.com/nawrmag/docs/nawr-009-autumn-winter

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more joy series prints

I’m still working on this series of prints, patching them together from my walks in the Gwendraeth Valley – exploring & going towards what feels good. These images of washing lines across my book shelves are where I’m keeping the works in progress as they dry. I’m making the prints themselves at the marvellous Swansea […]

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art artists books

tiny artists’ books

I want to briefly let you know about an exhibition of tiny books which I worked on with Jen Herzig Smith, held in alittle_spacegallery, a fabulous mobile gallery created and curated by South Wales-based artist TEMMAH. Jen and I envisioned our show in the gallery space as a tiny library, able to be carried around […]

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art

joy series

I’ve been working on a series of monotype prints (unique prints) since March or April of this year, returning to work on them one morning a week at the print studio. It’s amazing how a series of work can build. One small step and then another. The leaves are from the post industrial sites in […]

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art

Afon Goch monotypes

I am gradually building up a series of trials and tests of prints through weekly visits to open access sessions at Swansea Print Workshop. I don’t exactly know where they will go, but as I work I am getting a very good idea of what is possible and impossible, and taking note, as I learn, […]

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drawings, from the woods

The beginning of some experimental drawings I am making. The method for these is to leave the fruiting bodies of King Alfred’s Cakes fungi on paper, and wait for several weeks. This being a continuation of the drawing and photography I have been doing from daily walks at the woods near Cwmmawr, through the early […]

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garden work – questions

What are the emotional landscapes that we need to foster in order to support the positive long-term systems (and behaviour ) change that our environmental and climate crises challenges us with? What does a sophisticated and generous psychology look like, and how can we use that kind of emotional intelligence in this struggle? How do […]

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drawing

playing with drawing mosses & lichens

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photography

small stories from the woods

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photography

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