How to make paper mache birdsRead more
The paper mache birds I’ve been making this year are more ‘folk art’ than ‘fine art’. People have asked me how I make them. There’s no precise recipe, I’m afraid, but this is roughly how I do it.
How I made my painting of the shipping forecastRead more
Discover how I made my painting of the UK shipping forecast, ‘Attention All Shipping’ in this blog which includes lots of photos of the work in progress.
Constellations of the Northern skyRead more
Read about Jane’s painting ‘Heavens Above’ a map painted in watercolour of the constellations of the Northern sky.
The Starling VariationsNo CommentsRead more
The starling is such an overlooked little bird, often regarded as quite unremarkable, but I think they're marvellous. I have…
Artweeks in Eynsham 2016Read more
Find out which artists are taking part in Artweeks – Oxfordshire’s visual arts festival – in Eynsham this May.
A map of the shipping forecastRead more
My map of the UK shipping forecast combines my interest with cartography, typography, nature and history. If you love weather,…
iCan – a self-portrait as a folk artistNo CommentsRead more
My iCan is a self-portrait in the folk art style; a picture of me in the form of all the…
Clogs. Wooden shoe know itNo CommentsRead more
Clogs: solid practical wooden footwear which used to be worn by people who worked on the land especially in the…
Wharf Stream Way waymarker postNo CommentsRead more
In June, I submitted a design to be carved as a waymarker post as part of the The Wharf Stream…
What is a drypoint: badgers and bluebellsNo CommentsRead more
What is drypoint print? How do you make one? I explain in this blog.
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