I am over the moon to have been selected to take part in this years Wirksworth Festival Arts and Architecture Trail which falls on 10th and 11th Sept 2016 as part of Wirksworth Festival.
‘A leading rural arts festival – with art for everyone. Enjoy the work of more than 150 artists plus an inspiring programme of performances and events in this historic market town, right at the heart of the Derbyshire Dales.’
For tickets and more info (including artists taking part, opening times, venues and directions) please click here.
Colour is important in my work but I often find it difficult to explain why. I came across a Herman Miller publication while idly browsing my subject… Find it at the link below.
So, what is your experience of colour?
Some of my new range of jewellery – ‘Woodland’ – are available now in my Folksy shop. Check them out in my portfolio page or in my shop.
Copper, enamel, sterling silver and glass.
I’ve always felt strongly and passionately about making, even when I was too young to know why. So when Folksy asked me to write a blog post for them about the Craft Council’s new Manifesto for Craft in Education I jumped at the chance. It was published today and you can check it out here.
Purple #enamel and wood stud #earrings http://ow.ly/JzNBE http://ow.ly/i/8Lr9l #handmade #mothersday
My #purple and #enamel wood stud #earrings are in @folksy’s favourites 🙂 http://ow.ly/JkeX2 http://ow.ly/i/8HLWo
Check out the @Folksy #Valentines #gift guide here… http://ow.ly/IOyLF http://ow.ly/i/8Avhr
Still time to order! 🙂 Christmas Decoration – etched copper Robin – Folksy http://ow.ly/G27kd
Green etched copper triangle earring – Folksy http://ow.ly/FRlmd – £24 http://ow.ly/i/7VX1z