Tuesday, 5 May 2015

Lancaster Arts City First Friday talk and other adventures

Well Arthur is back with a vengeance but I suppose building a raised bed wasn't
the best idea I've ever had. 

So a Bank Holiday weekend of not doing much to be honest which is quite frustrating. I did a talk on Friday for the First Fridays in Lancaster which turned into a mini workshop as not many attended but those who did had a good time. It was good to catch up with Lin who I worked with on a Arteach Project in Accrington many moons ago as she has now moved to Morecambe and tentatively started a 
new business using driftwood from the bay. 
Check out her facebook page in the link below.

Lin Dean from Driftwood from the Bay

Priscilla Jones experimenting at the gallery.

and also Priscilla Jones who I have run workshops with before. Priscilla has started making work in porcelain and was itching to get her hands dirty taking her hare head home to finish. 

It was a lovely way to spend an afternoon and visiting with Dildrum and the others.

His competition for the best #MewseumSelfie is running at each venue so you have till the 17th May
to enter tagging @KingDildrum on Twitter to be in with a chance to win the book that accompanies the touring exhibition.

Saturday was well painful, walking, door handles, buttering toast Arthur has not been like that for a while and I can only put it down to the raised bed! So not much else was done this weekend. I delivered my work to Arteria for the Fusion Exhibition, a selection of Swallow, cow parsley and feather and egg porcelain. I think its starts mid May but I will update you on that nearer the time or check out the link below.

I did manage a few drawings which I have put in my web shop this morning 
And if you use the code LOVESPRING you will get 10% off most things in my web shop (excluding commissions and workshops).  With a selection of jewellery, drawings, bone china and hand made porcelain not to mention the hare heads whats not to love. Go on you know you want to....

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