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boxes

I spent some time today reverse engineering little boxes of raisins ( I took the raisins out first). Before that, I’d also spent quite a while examining matchboxes in our massive new Home Bargains, and measuring them with my tape-measure, before rejecting them. I was quite careful about spreading infection, and I also needed some […]

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tiny reminders

Three short videos, the first of six I’ve made, of the tiny reminders that I’m working on.

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art reflection

do one small thing

The work on my bench this evening. Back to small steps. Undefeated.

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two drawings

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a pair of black books

A pair of tiny black books, part of my collaborative book project with Suzie Ross. I sat in the sun on a wall by a river with Suzie today, and drew and talked about our project. Very excited to pick these books up from her today, together with some others for me to keep working […]

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bottle tops and cardboard tubes

I’m showing you some prints I’ve made today in a joy-filled online session that I participated in this morning – with the community arts group that I help to run (https://gwendraethartslab.com/). We worked with things from our rubbish bins – things like bottle tops and cardboard tubes, taking me back to the joy of being […]

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studio workbench

works in progress on the bench – carrying on with watercolours, for my collaborative work with Suzie Ross – text transcribed from the small joys that I collected a few weeks ago from friends a very lovely and simple one: “collecting blackberries this morning from a bridleway where I spotted a ripe patch yesterday” the […]

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watercolour

Working with watercolours today, as part of collaborative project with local artist Suzie Ross (@suzieross007 on instagram). Memory, landscape, connection. Struggling with the colour palette, working on top of Suzie’s colours. Its so interesting, working with another person, they don’t do what you’d do; so responding is always stepping into the unknown.